'What is Autism?' is a question that’s asked over and over but actually, when you dig beneath the surface, it’s actually very rarely answered. Most charities and professionals will say this: Autism
Not to be confused with what are termed in the UK as Learning Difficulties (Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia etc), a Learning Disability is described as something that affects how someone learns
All families are diverse, all families have ebbs and flows where one individual's needs are greater than the others. Recognising that and allowing each other to take the time and
I have a quandary of immense proportions. Over the last few weeks, a battle has been ensuing on Twitter. Not so uncommon you might think, but this battle is the
"School is like a universe of sensory and overwhelm shoved in a bottle, cork applied and shaken up. Remove the cork and it explodes in your face." I've never written much
I spend a lot of time on this Blog urging Parents of Autistic people to seek us out to get the answers to questions that other parents and certainly 'Professionals'
"When I show people the things i create...they call me an 'artist'...when i show them the inside of the head they were created in.....they call me 'mad'" -Kit Mason Oxborough-Giles, Autistic
If you are the parent of an Autistic child, I'm going to introduce you to a concept that's going to scare the pants off of you: Your child is going