Here Simone talks about her parents’ aspirations for her.
Here Michelle talks about the influence medical professionals had on her parents.
Here Miro talks about how he values his parents’ differing approaches.
Here Donna talks about her supportive mum.
Here Micheline talks about her supportive parents.
Here David talks about his relationship with his siblings.
Here Zara talks about the battle her mum fought to get her into a local mainstream middle school.
Here Ajay describes support and encouragement from his family making a difference.
Here Etty remembers her mum.
Here Ray describes doing everything for herself.
Here Clenton describes life with his family.
Here Joanne describes her mum’s determination for her to go to school locally.
Here Jane talks about her relationship with her parents.
Here Simone talks about her Head Teacher creating obstacles to friendship.
Here Maresa talks about how her Personal Assistants could get in the way of friendships.
Here Michelle talks about the lack of opportunity to make friends locally.
Here Deborah talks about moving class and leaving her friends behind.
Here Angela talks about an accident she had while playing with her friends.
Here Jane recalls friends dying when she was a child.
Here Alice talks about her tendency to have just one friend.
Here Maresa talks about the difficulties of making friends when she was only in school one day a week.
Here Zara talks about how her school rewarded her friend.
Here Miro talks about his best friends in school.
Nadia talks about friendships at school.
Here Isobel describes the children’s acceptance of her condition.
Here Sebastian describes his support staff being a barrier to friendships.
Here Lynda describes her friendship with her best friend Sandra.
Here Anthea recalls her loneliness at school.
Here Mark talks about his best friend Johnny.
Here Joanne talks about her friends at school.
Here Phillip describes growing up in a single-sex environment.
Here Richard describes his self-esteem issues as a young person.
Here Etty describes going on the trams with her brothers.
Here Etty describes making friends.
Here John describes his father’s reaction to his wish for a car.
Here Haq recalls the arrival of girls at his school.
Here Ajay describes the lack of sex education at his school.
Here Paul recalls developing friendships during his University years.
Here David recalls how boys would meet girls at night.
Here Mark talks about his sex education in school.
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