It's feels very odd to be 'socially isolated' on purpose, but socially isolated I am because I'm an 'at risk case' for Covid 19.
What a change! No more going into town, no social events and no more visiting friends (for the present at least).
Yet it has to be done if we are to do as China has done and turn the situation around as quickly as possible with minimum risk to life.
If you're reading this, you may well be in the same position as I am, but with a child with cerebral visual impairment to entertain and look after as well.
So I'm sitting here writing, aiming to come up with the 10 things I'd need to think about, if I was looking after a young child at home as well. (Ours is 16 and independent).
Children with cerebral visual impairment are no exception!
Although we are now physically apart, we're all in this together.
Knowing this we can all do our bit to turn the situation round. Ensuring that our children are safe, happy, learning and well looked after, is one of the most important things we can do.
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