Ouch! Disability dads series (BBC)
In February and March 2012 Ouch! ran a great series of articles by dads with a disability and dads with a disabled child.
Steve Palmer blogs about his first decade in 'Down's world' as his son Stan's comes up to his tenth birthday.
Charlie Swinbourne on some of the things that could only happen to a hearing-aid wearing dad.
Tim Rushby-Smith became paralysed and a parent at the same time. Six years later, he writes about his life as a wheelchair-using dad of two.
Eduardo Reyes blogs about the way his young daughter who has Rett Syndrome, has challenged and changed what he needs to be as a loving parent.
At 41, Tim Wotton has reached the median age of survival for a person with cystic fibrosis and intends to carry on keeping healthy for his now five year old son.
James Melville-Ross writes about how life with the children they worked so hard to conceive didn't turn out the way they had planned.
Ouch! was a blog and internet talk show which went beyond the headlines to reflect disability life.
Although we try only to give useful sources of support and information, this is not a recommendation or endorsement by Parenting across Scotland. We take no responsibility for the content of other websites and the services other organisations provide.