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HARRIET`S FIRST CHRISTMAS NATIVITY AT IVY HOUSE SCHOOL

HARRIET`S FIRST CHRISTMAS NATIVITY AT IVY HOUSE SCHOOL
It has been just over 2 years since Harriet started Ivy House School in Little over, which caters for children with special or exceptional needs like Harriet. Harriet spent alot of time off school in her first year, as she struggled to adapt to the school environment, she would get...
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HARRIET SUFFERS MONTHS OF RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS AFTER SPINAL OPERATION

HARRIET SUFFERS MONTHS OF RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS AFTER SPINAL OPERATION
Harriet had been discharged from the Queens Medical Center Hospital in Nottingham at the end of August 2014, she was still very vulnerable and we both knew that she would need a lot of care, but nothing could have prepared us for the months ahead. A week after Harriet had...
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HARRIETS SPINAL ROD NEEDED EMERGENCY SURGERY

HARRIETS SPINAL ROD NEEDED EMERGENCY SURGERY
After Harriet had seen the spinal surgeon Michael Grevitt on August 20th , we were pleased that we now had a plan to get her spine repaired in the middle of September. The following day we noticed that Harriet was starting to get a temperature and were not sure if...
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HARRIET NEEDS A FURTHER LIFE SAVING OPERATION ON HER SPINAL ROD

HARRIET NEEDS A FURTHER LIFE SAVING OPERATION ON HER SPINAL ROD
Having struggled to fight off the Chickenpox virus in July, we thought that Harriet would finally turn the corner and start to have some better luck and enjoy the rest of the summer. Harriet had only been discharged from the Queens Medical Center Hospital in Nottingham for a few weeks,...
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Harriet`s Battle with Chickenpox

Harriet`s Battle with Chickenpox
Harriet`s brother Michael had contracted the chickenpox  virus in the first week in June and became very tired, run down and slept a lot of the time. He was kept well away from Harriet and our other children, as we were conscious that if Harriet caught the virus, she would...
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