Posted: 15/08/2015 at 20:32
Hi Christopher - I do feel for you - but for the time being do nothing. Whatever you do or say to the children will be interpreted by them and their parents as agression and you could find that you're the one getting into trouble which would not be good.
Let your carers take this up with the council in the first instance - a letter from your GP, MH support worker, any and all of the professionals involved in your care emphasising the harm this is doing to you will be helpful.
The problem is that the more the children are told to leave you alone, the more they will identify you as someone it is fun to annoy and the more they will do it.
However, if you feel that it's getting too much to bear, you can contact the local police on the non emergency number 119 and explain your situation and that you are being targetted. Hopefully a few PCSOs will visit the area for a while. The problem is that this is likely only to be a short term solution.
It may not be the answer you want to hear, but I think that the best solution will be for you to make an application to be rehoused on health grounds - with supporting letters from the professionals involved with you, this ought to be possible.
Wishing you the best of luck - not too long to go now until the end of the school holidays when you'll get a bit more peace and quiet.