Thanks for the quick response. In theory probably, I guess it is just the the principle.
My parents and family live in Wales and the west country; I am in Ipswich.
For quite some time me and my ex-wife had an agreement where by I spend time with my son in the company of someone that wife arranged (usually a student of hers - Clarissa). Clarissa has recently started a job in Top Shop and has gone to College. I never had a seizure in the company of Clarissa.
I guess it is the principle. I am not a heavily disabled or dangerous person. I could arrange not to see my son on a day that I have had a seizure (over 90% take place whilst I am asleep).
When I have spent time with my son and another person; whether that be my ex-wife, my mother in law, Clarissa or one of my ex-wife's friends - the quality of my experience has been far poorer than if I had been on my own.
My son loves me and I love him. My ex-wife has not had a Father live with her whilst she grew up ( he is in Spain) and she has been affected by just having a Mother.
If legally there was no other option in the eye's of the law; of course I would be accepting of it. But for a decade I have been teaching three hour classes at under-graduate and post-graduate level in the local college and the risk of me having a seizure is minimal.
I do not want my son to sleep over in my flat because of the higher risk and I do not want to take him on long journeys out of our home-town (Ipswich) because of the additional risk were I to have a seizure.
All I want is a couple of hours several times a week without being made to feel valueless.