TranscriptMy mother tells me how difficult it was even to get me into a school, you know, because they called me a fragile handicapped person, they basically thought that I would be in hospital and if I wasn’t in hospital I would be in a hospital school, because it was all so medicalised and you weren’t expected to have an education. You weren’t expected to have a life. So it was all about containment and having fun, you know, keep her happy. So anyway, by age six they thought, well, she’s obviously not going to pop her clogs, so what are we going to do with her. And they found this special school – it was called a special school for special children.