Jane Raca joins Lorraine to talk about having to make the terrible decision to send her disabled son to a special needs boarding school.
Mum of three Jane, 49, battled to get her now 13-year-old son James, who is quadriplegic, epileptic and severely autistic, into a residential boarding school because his behaviour was having such a devastating impact on family life.
He's been living there for the past five years and Jane says she doesn't have a single regret.
She joins us to talk about her campaign to highlight the struggle faced by families with disabled children to get support from local authorities. She has just written a book, Standing Up For James.