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Posted on August 4, 2020

The BBC has released a second series of their comedy-drama show ‘There She Goes’.

The series follows the life of Rosie, a girl with learning and communication difficulties, we follow and her family’s daily experience of this. It’s based on a father’s own experiences with his daughter who was born with a chromosomal disorder.

If you’ve been watching you may have spotted a familiar grid set! Rosie uses Super Core to communicate, a symbol-based vocabulary in Grid 3, and is flying with it when given the opportunity! Anyone else feel like begging Rosie’s parents to give her the communication aid throughout the series? Fingers crossed we see more of it in the future.

The first and second series are currently available in the UK on BBC iPlayer.

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