Being a Disabled Woman and Mum: My Journey from Childhood
This chapter discusses a disabled woman’s personal quest to be a mother.
It illustrates how messages towards motherhood were missing in childhood so there was no expectation to be a parent.
The chapter identifies valued support and offers learning for professionals.
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