Failed by local authorities.

Failed by local authorities.

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katie MacDonald-Creek started this petition to Supreme courts and

Don't know how much trouble I will get for this, but this if for my children. Who the local authorities failed me and my kids since 2016. 

January 2021, my children were removed off of me, on a temporary care interim order. Placed with biological grandparents. The reason for me loosing my children, was because I suffered a mental breakdown, from a very volatile relationship, I then neglected myself, children, my home. In this process I cried and cried to professionals for help, support. I DID NOT receive. I have done everything they have asked me todo, my social worker. All she talks about is ADOPTION, ADOPTION, ADOPTION. which will ruin my children's lives, my 2 oldest children both have medical needs. I've been in and out of hospital since 2016, my son holds the most health needs with a LIFE LIMITING CONDITION, CCM1,CCM2,CCM3 gene mutation, 16 bleeds on the brain, 32 cavernomas on the brain, epilepsy,  pulmonary stenosis of the heart, autistic spectrum and I never ever got one bit off support from any disability team when I was eligible the whole time, now I'm being punished for my mental breakdown cos the local authorities failed my children and failed me with no support. I am crying out for support from people to help me against this adoption they so wish todo. Mothers and father should have a right to change. I've got NO criminal history, drug history or alcohol history. So why am I not being given more of a chance to change? They toke my kids and never once supported me, with any help, nothing. I want this seen in the highest court of England, and new social workers to deal with my case. As I've been set up to fail since day 1! This is to raise more awareness for other failed mothers and fathers by the local authorities!!! Justice. 

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