lolz21ParticipantApril 11, 2013 at 11:36 am
My sister has cerebal palsy and hydrocehqlus which means she cant walk and struggles to understand things i say sometimes she loves to do things and is never afraid to try things even if she might not succeed . I love her soo much ans she is just like a best friend to me. If anyojee else has a brother or sister like this i would like to hear about them
GG epicParticipantFebruary 15, 2014 at 9:27 pm
My sister has Rett Syndrome which means she cant walk or talk and has slow learning and development. She can say the odd few words like Mummy and Daddy but she is addicted to a made up word that goes like this , ptsh. If we teach her something she will forget it quite quickly. She is still very clever for a 4 year old. Well actually, she is going to be 5 on Monday. So excited even though she doesn’t know what it’s all about. She can do some things on her own but she has to have help every other time. I love my sister loads and loads and I hope she loves me back. If you would like to chat I would love to hear what people feel about their brothers or sisters being disabled.
Thank You For Reading!!
phoebeParticipantJune 22, 2015 at 5:50 pm
my sister has downs syndrome and she is cute with her different features not all children have which includes a cute button nose and only one line going across her hand, she also has little eyes with thick lines under Neath them, her ears are slightly low on her face. she also has holes in her heart which is bad. reply back if your brother or sister has down syndrome I want to know about you guys!
HollyParticipantOctober 12, 2015 at 5:09 pm
This is my first time on this website and I was really excited to find out about this website.
My younger sister has hemiplegia (a form of cerebral palsy which is also like the effects of a stroke) and hydrocephalus which caused her Hemiplegia. It’s sometimes annoying as she struggles to do everyday things like getting dressed etc but when she was a baby the doctors didn’t know if she would walk or not but luckily she can. She has just started at the same secondary school as me (I’m in yr 8) but she gets a taxi instead of the bus like me has a TA all the time and gets to leave a lesson 5 minutes early.
Although sometimes it is annoying I am still proud of her.
It would be really nice to know if someone has heard of Hemiplegia or hydrocephalus as not many people at my school have!!!!!
Hufflepuff_GalParticipantJanuary 24, 2016 at 7:17 pm
I feel so proud of my 10 yr old sister, she has:
she is having trouble at school, can’t do sports she loves; our mother is in remition from cancer and had 2 operations last year (we have loads going on at the moment) but she comes home, puts as much as she can behind her and asks ME about MY day. her grades are well above average and is currently entering a writing competion. I love her to bits! She still gets her bad days, yeah, but thats more than understandable. She still comforts me on my bad days too, as I do with her, which is unusual because I’m the older sibling.
@Holly I know about hemiplegia a bit as my sister suffers from it.
bubblybunnyParticipantOctober 11, 2016 at 8:01 pm
I have a sister with Severe ADHD which means she has an impolsive attitude and she is really annoying sometimes! I have to put my self to bed because she takes up all of my parents time! She wore her red tights and her blue dress and yellow leg warmers when my mum took me to the bus stop which has a lot of people there who know me and she tried to hold my hand. My mum told me I had to, so many people saw us! She has done way more I embarrassing things. But since she was diagnosed everything has seemed to get harder. this girl I know goes on about her problems like her brother might have a small hearing problem and recently her grandad died. I don’t mind this however she portrays her life as son as! My family live on the other side of the world and my grandad and grandma have both died and my sister is going through the diasnoses of autism. But I just don’t tell anyone I feel like the whole world is against me sometimes!I also find she wakes up so early (5am) and she has just recently stopped wetting herself. But sometimes I do feel sorry for her since I moved to high school I can’t help her with her friendship problems. All her friends are bullies but she just follows them because no one else exceepts her. I feel like this is my fault. I don’t know what to do!! She is 10 anyone else feel like this?
DazzleParticipantOctober 19, 2016 at 8:47 pm
Hi my names Dazzle and I have a sister with PDA . Don’t worry because you sound like your doing a great job !! I try my hardest but I’m not very good at it .
DazzleParticipantOctober 19, 2016 at 8:49 pm
hi flippantjewl I’m Dazzle and my sister has PDA which stands for pathological demand avoidance and whenever she comes home from school she screams and shouts ,doesn’t stop and has one or 2 or 3 complains after another. ! She also has sensory !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
DazzleParticipantOctober 19, 2016 at 8:51 pm
Hi bubbly bunny I’m Dazzle and my sister is very similar to this ! I think her friends are nice but they boys so they of coarsely boyish but she didn’t used to be tom boyish.
I feel like they’ve changed my sister . she puts my heart in a bad mood and I can’t seem to get out of it . thanks
Ems12ParticipantOctober 24, 2016 at 4:56 pm
Hi dazzle I have a disabled brother who is 6 and I am 12 his disability is Autism and he pinches me all the time not only does hexactly pinch he hits and punche’s me all the time aswell it annoys me so much and the more annoying thing about it is that you can’t hit him back
Hope to speak to you soon thanks
mew the pokemon kidParticipantNovember 21, 2016 at 2:56 pm
hi , i’m 10 and i have a sister that is 7 she has a illness called touretts i only found out recently and she gets angry and upset a lot anyone have any advice on how to help her to be happy? i would really like it if you do x
K03ParticipantJanuary 24, 2018 at 6:20 pm
My sister has a rare genetic disorder called Rett Syndrome and I’ve been finding it hard at the moment. It also makes it worse when people who have never gone through anything like this tell me they understand what it’s like. No you don’t. This girl’s dad worked with people who have disabilities and apparently she knows what it’s like. I’m sorry but no they aren’t your family, not your brother, not your sister. You’ve not grown up with them or looked after them in the hospital for months at a time. So just stop. I know that was a bit of a rant but I needed that! If anyone can relate please get back to me
AsterixParticipantJanuary 30, 2018 at 2:43 pm
You seem to be finding this really hard 😄 maybe you should speak to a teacher, friend, parent or docter.
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