Robin with our mother.
My family were extremely protective of Robin throughout her life, my mother most of all. Her efforts on Robin's behalf were unceasing. Robin required full time care and supervision to which my mother devoted her life.
Society at the time was not as sympathetic to the learning-disabled, and my mother was terrified that Robin would be abused. In particular, Robin had very limited contact with men, especially strangers. She was never went without a chaperone and Robin learned not to go near men she didn't know.