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My disability can mean my son is late for school. Fining me solves nothing | Michelle Harris14 Feb 9:44am

My disability can mean my son is late for school. Fining me solves nothing | Michelle Harris

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I live with chronic pain. Policymakers should help parents like me, not punish usAm I a bad mother because my son misses the morning register sometimes? The odds that I find myself up against certainly make it seem so, as I am being taken to court by my local authority. While I was taught to be respectful of other people’s time and would like to teach my son the same, sometimes it’s not that easy. I have a condition called pseudoachondroplasia. This means I have restricted growth. Standing at 3ft 6in, I have misalignments of my knee and hip joints and a curvature of the spine. All of this significantly affects my mobility.
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