About Sarah Kelly

I am mother to three children, two who have an undifferentiated SAID. I am also a qualified occupational therapist and I specialise in the treatment of chronic pain. I am have both professional and personal experience with the Disability section of the Equality Act 2010 through my work and kids.

Supporting Children with Periodic Fever Syndromes at Schools in the U.K.

A number of children with periodic fever syndromes, also known as systemic autoinflammatory diseases (SAID) need accommodations at their school to help to manage their needs.  These children may have a range of needs, but most need a plan to … Continue reading