MY husband and I were outraged on reading the letter (February 26) from AT, Sheffield 9.
We are parents of a daughter who has severe learning difficulties. The services we have (day service and respite care homes) are a lifeline for us. Without these she would probably be in care. These children are born like this through no fault of their own.
I challenge AT to look after one of these children for a week to see what has to be done for them each day, then he, or she, would realise we cannot, and should not, have cuts in these vital services.
Mrs AC, Sheffield