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Natalie Stephens who has Down's syndrome is learning to walk and talk again after having Covid-19.
David, who has Down's Syndrome and autism, found lockdown without his sister "very difficult".
Zachary, 4, has been hospitalised with chest infections many times, but his parents say he has never been so well.
A family from Londonderry say their lives have been transformed by an assistance dog.
The family of Yechiel Yosef Rothschild - who died of Covid-19 last week - describe him as a "beacon of light" of the UK's Orthodox Jewish community.
Mr Rothshild - who lived in sheltered accommodation in north London and had Down's syndrome - was lovingly referred to by many friends simply as "YY". He was just 20.
Britain’s Jewish community - about 264,000 people - has suffered a high death toll, with more than 450 losing their lives to the virus.
Some of the reasons for that are demographic: many Jews are older, and they are more likely to live in large urban areas. These factors are among those which increase the risk of infection or death. But has the often social nature of Judaism also played a role?
BBC correspondent John McManus has been to the heart of the Jewish community to meet some of those affected by Covid-19.
Jack Watts' words about living through lockdown have been put to music by a Teesside musician.
The UK’s Jewish population has been hit particularly hard by coronavirus, religious and community leaders say.