Families with special needs children say they are finding life in lockdown tough.
The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has put a halt to usual respite care and resources, and schools are closed to all children except those of key workers.
The past few weeks have been hard for Rhianna and her family.
She has complex care needs meaning lockdown has been especially complicated.
Rhianna's mum, Amy Humphreys said:
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Twice a week Rhianna's specialist school, Chapel Green near Attleborough, is offering some vital respite - a swim in the hydro pool and rebound therapy on the trampoline.
All the children at Chapel Green School near Attleborough have complex care needs and many are extremely vulnerable. Almost half the children are shielding.
Karin Heap, headmistress said:
Many children with additional educational needs attend mainstream school, like Alex from St Neots, who has dyslexia and ADHD.
He speaks to his teaching assistant on the phone once a week. But without the additional one-to-one support he'd normally get he's struggling to keep up with his home schooling.
For his Mum Delphine, it's a huge pressure - especially with two other children to home school.