2. Tips For Families Of Children With Special Education Needs #coronavirus

Article was published in mybaba.com: https://www.mybaba.com/special-education-needs-tips/ I’ve split this piece into three parts to give you  time to absorb the words and try out the suggestions without feeling rushed. If you missed part one, here is the link Routine Loss of routine is deeply de-stabilising for children on the autism spectrum. Any change can create … Continue reading 2. Tips For Families Of Children With Special Education Needs #coronavirus

1. Tips For Families Of Children With Special Education Needs #coronavirus

Article was published in mybaba.com: https://www.mybaba.com/special-education-needs-tips/ I’ve split this piece into three parts to give you  time to absorb the words and try out the suggestions without feeling rushed. Part One It’s been a dramatic start to the decade. Perhaps this will be the decade of change and evolution we all need. Change starts with … Continue reading 1. Tips For Families Of Children With Special Education Needs #coronavirus

S.E.N.D in the Clowns – what sparked my passion?

Do you know any children or young people with autism/ADHD who have been excluded from school? If you are their parent, I feel your pain, as I was that mum. I feel as strongly about excluding children from school, as I much as I believe in well-behaved children. These two are not at opposite ends … Continue reading S.E.N.D in the Clowns – what sparked my passion?

Tips to build self-esteem in young people (with ADHD)

Give your self-esteem a boost Self-esteem can change in an instant, measure yours and your child’s constantly. Literally, on a scale from 1 – 5, where 1 =rubbish and 5 = on top of the world, how do you feel? If you feel yourself slipping, try out a couple of the relaxation or energizing techniques … Continue reading Tips to build self-esteem in young people (with ADHD)

A dedication to my mother

My mother isn’t alive to know that her child is on the verge of publishing her second book. But I know that she knows. Another rainy Saturday afternoon and I’m spending half of it with my head bent over the laptop. But the end of book two is in sight and I hope that the … Continue reading A dedication to my mother

My book journey…S.E.N.D. in the Clowns

It’s been long, it’s been round the houses but at last it’s here! 2020 is the year I will birth an idea I had many years ago but wasn’t in a position to pursue.  S.E.N.D. in the Clowns is the name of this idea, which presents as a book but it is much more than … Continue reading My book journey…S.E.N.D. in the Clowns

Opening a closing door

Firstly autism is not a mental health disorder; it’s a neurological condition that affects the brain. Autistic people are different, but that difference need not be a disadvantage. Read that again. Autistic people are individual and their autism presents itself as uniquely and individually as they are. In my opinion, a person’s autism is so … Continue reading Opening a closing door