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Parenting a child with disabilities can be daunting and overwhelming, rewarding and incredible.

Welcome, it’s great you’ve stumbled upon Born at the Right Time. In 2005, Rachel Wright’s eldest son was born with a bump. As a qualified nurse and unqualified parent, she hurtled down an unmarked road of loving a child with complex disabilities and life-limiting epilepsy. Ten years later, her 5* memoir, The Skies I’m Under was published and Born at the Right Time founded.

“In my view, the more professionals that hear Rachel speak the better!”

Susie Quinlan, ILS Learning and Development Manager

“Rachel transforms healthcare for families and practitioners through lived experience and research.”

Sarah Clayton, CEO, Simple Stuff Works

“Best training session ever completed.”

Julise Martiz, CPD Co-ordinater, Mandeville Special Needs School

Born at the Right Time International Specialist Training


Communication and co-production with relatives and carers in a changing world.



Social distancing, isolation, shielding have all become common words across the globe. How are these changing times affecting our ability to communicate with families of those with complex needs? The Disabled Children’s Partnership research has highlighted that parenting a child with disabilities in lockdown negatively impacts the whole family.

The challenge for practitioners across health, education and social care is to provide connected, meaningful and evidence based service which meets the needs of families where they are. Born at the Right Time brings inspiring, interactive and unique CPD certified study days. Using lived experience, research and best practice, training equips practitioners to effectively communicate and work in co-production with families of children/adults who have complex needs. 

Find out more about Born at the Right Time Training Events

Born at the Right Time digital courses

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Courses Duration
Introduction to communication and co-production 2 hour CPD certificated course
Communication and co-production in a changing world 1-day CPD certificated training
Online parent workshops Two, 2-hour workshops held on consecutive weeks

Born at the Right Time has teamed up with Simple Stuff Works to produce Postural Care courses which put families at the centre of clinical practice go to the training page for more details.

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“Training based on real experience making sure we remember real people in our practice. Excellent and would highly recommend.”


“Every single staff member said it was one of the best training sessions they have ever completed. ”

Catalyst for Change

“One of the best trainings I’ve ever attended – bar none!”

Featured Sections


What happens when life doesn’t turn out as you planned. The Skies I’m Under is a memoir about becoming the parent of a child with complex needs while Shattered uses 40 reflections to help walk that unexpected path.


Faith shapes our world view, how we live and how we love. Through bridging the gap between life and faith we find beauty in the brokenness.



The beauty of writing is it was just like talking but without the interruptions. Change occurs when people’s stories and evidence based research impacts our perspective and practice.


Find out more about Rachel Wright’s speaking, parent workshops and CPD accredited training events as they happen.


God’s view through life’s broken windows

Introduced by Rachel and Tim Wright

Authors Rachel & Tim Wright introduce their new book Shattered – God’s view through life’s broken windows.

Why my son won't be accepting his 100% attendance award

VIRAL Blog post from July 2016 seen by over 4 million people and still creating waves. Four reasons my son won’t accept his 100% Attendance Award. No. 2 son has been awarded an evening at a soft play centre because he has 100% attendance at school. He loves going to soft play, he loves going out with his friends, we love it when school reward him BUT he won’t be going. Here’s why…

Don't Call Me Mum

The Don’t call me Mum initiative is working towards #bridgingthegap between professionals and parents. Parenting a child with disabilities requires a relationship with many professionals which work best when founded on mutual respect. Practitioners can easily to demonstrate their passion for working with parents as partners by simply using the parent’s name.