Hi all. I'm new to here and am looking for some advice.
My sister in law had a brain tumour at the age of 6 which resulted in her having memory problems, balance and coordination issues and learning difficulties. She is now 32 and lives a life of nothing. She has been through the ringer when it comes to health professionals with an outcome which doesn't leave her in a category. She isn't severely disabled (she had her disability pay and blue badge taken away!) And nor is she "normal" enough. She is a 32 year old living in a 16 year olds mind. She has no friends, no social life or job and has a habit of "befriending" random people and has been know to give out more personal information (and pictures!!) For attention (which we can all relate to!).
She has tried attending some day centres for disabled adults but after one visit refused to go back as they were "too disabled" in her words. She just wants friends and love and someone to talk to and go places with but won't take the mick out of her. My husband, I and his family are at a loss. Is there anywhere in Reading or Berkshire area where a person of my SIL's capacity find a reason to get get out of bed in the morning?
Any and all suggestions are greatly welcomed!!!
Thank you x