Linky & Series

SEND & #Spectrum Sunday Linky

Every other Sunday, Danielle from Someone's Mum and I run the #SpectrumSunday linky, the place to share your SEND (special educational needs and disabilities), autism and mental health blog and mirco blog posts. We've now also been joined by Victoria from Starlight & Stories as a co-host too!

The linky runs be fortnight, alternating hosting. We really want to make sure that everyone with a post gets to link up and so we will keep the linky open for 13 days - Sunday until the Saturday nearly two weeks later.

The linky is to all special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and mental health posts. The linky started as a way to reach out to other autism parents and avoid isolation – and this sentiment that could apply to many.  We'd love you to read the posts shared or take part.  For more info visit the #SpectrumSunday page.

#MadeUpMilestones Guest Post Series

This is a guest post series celebrating the achievements of our kids that are special to us and them. I learned a while ago to put aside all the hoo-ha around the milestones chart in our little red book and found we were all happier when we focused on what was important to us and our kids.  Guests posts answer three simple questions, who had the made up milestone, where/when did it happen and, best of all what happened?

To take part or read these special moments, visit the #MadeUpMilestones page

#WonderfulWednesday Series

Sometimes on a Wednesday, I take a break and share with my readers something wonderful I've found on line. It could be a post, a story, a meme, or a product or device that I think is wonderful. It could be that it raises awareness and understanding, helps parents or really works for our kids.

To see what I loved online recently, visit my #WonderfulWednesday page

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What is Autism?
It's so much I couldn't possibly try and explain. For us it's wonderful and heart-breaking. Joyous and truthful. But as far as diagnosis is concerned, why not have a look at the National Autistic Society for their definition of Autism.
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