Parents: ‘I want to help my kids develop their strengths’

The parents of a four-year-old girl say they want to do everything they can to make their daughter stronger.

Their daughter, Ella, suffers from autism and a developmental disorder.

They say they know the family is struggling financially and that they would like to help their daughter become an independent adult.

But they want the state to make it easier for parents to get support.

Ella is a three-year old and is autistic.

Her mother, Stephanie, said she has a strong personality and has a hard time understanding things.

“I’m trying to help Ella,” she said.

“She doesn’t understand why people are yelling at her and why people say mean things to her.”

If I were a parent, I would want my child to have a better quality of life.

“That’s why I want to give her as much help as possible.”

But I don’t want to say that because Ella has autism, it’s not OK to say it’s OK for parents.

“But she said the parents have been frustrated because the state doesn’t give them enough help.”

They have been getting a lot of support from the state, and they haven’t been getting that support from us,” Stephanie said.

The family said they are hoping to receive a $500 grant from the Department of Social Services, which has allocated funds to help families get more support.”

We don’t have much money, but we’re hopeful that this will help,” Stephanie added.

Topics:children,education,health,child-health-and-behaviour,education-facilities,health-policy,healthcare-facilitators,health1.0,community-and_society,australiaFirst posted February 04, 2019 08:51:33Contact Tim McKeeverMore stories from New South Wales