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- Feeding and eating: A disabled child may have problems with feeding and eating for many different reasons, such as- physical problems that cause difficulty swallowing, chewing, sucking or digesting certain foods limited mobility, which might make it difficult to sit up to eat or drink a learning disability, which could make it more difficult to learn .
- Sleeping: If a child doesn't sleep well, tiredness can affect the whole family. Disabled children can have sleep problems for a range of physical reasons, such as muscle spasms or breathing difficulties, depending on their particular condition. Children with some learning disabilities may find it hard to understand why and when they need to sleep.
- Using the toilet: All children are different, but most show signs of being ready to learn to use the toilet at around two or three years old. Some disabled children may not be ready until they're older or they may take longer to learn.
- Moving around easily: If you're concerned about your child's ability to move around normally, your GP may refer you to a nearby physiotherapist to assess their mobility needs.
- Challenging behaviour: Challenging behaviour can be common in children with learning or sensory disabilities. This is because communication problems can make it difficult for them to express their needs, likes and dislikes.
- Communicating with your child: Some physical conditions and learning disabilities can mean that your child has little or no clear speech, or their speech may be slow to develop. You may worry about how well they will communicate with you and other people as they grow up.