Thursday, 13 February 2020

Holiday options for our autistic and neurotypical family

Our autistic son in a cabin over looking a lake

Children with autism are all different and come with their own personalities and abilities. But there are some traits that they will share, such as thriving on routine, as most children do. Set schedules can be what helps them, so the thought of sending them off on holiday can be stressful as it is putting them in a situation completely out of their comfort zone.

Thursday, 6 February 2020

Number Day 2020 - onesies to help keep kids safe

Child in Onesie

This evening, we've been choosing onesies. It's for Number Day at school tomorrow.  All the kids get to dress up in something involving a number. They can go as simple or crazy as they like, from being a number to just wearing a top with a number on it (I've found Gap tops to be a saviour for this as they often have 1969 on them).

Sunday, 2 February 2020

SEND and SpectrumSunday #91


We've gone back to school and are busy coping with the ever changing weather. Whatever you have been up to in the world of SEND and / or autism I'd love to hear about it here on our linky for anything about autism, mental health, education, special educational needs and disabilities and associated topics.  

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