Were you unable to have your school friends home?
Were you ever bullied? Please take a little time to think what it would have been like to have had a disabled brother or sister when you were growing up.
you have missed out on things that your friends had because your Mum and Dad
had to put all their energy into caring for your sibling?
There are many young people in East Anglia who are in this position right now. Feeling isolated and often bullied at school through no fault of their own.
- Lack of parental attention
- Ignorance of disability
- Difficulty coping
- Financial impact
Break provides support to children and young people with disabilities and has recently started a new project for siblings offering activities and the opportunity to meet and chat to other children and young people in similar situations.
Your gift this Christmas will provide help and support for these young people:
£5 will provide a game of bowling and a buffet per child
£14 will pay for a day out at Pleasurewood Hills
£25 will pay for a child to join a group trip to London
£100 will provide 3 support workers for a support group activity or a minibus for the day
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