Autism & Mental Health Autistic Society Conference 2021

So on March 11 this happened – I gave a talk for the UK’s National Autistic Society. As a published author you do get asked to write opinion pieces and give talks, but I never take this for granted; it was an honour. If you’re new here, do take a nosy at my book, and … Continue reading Autism & Mental Health Autistic Society Conference 2021

Connected by Autism

As a JKP author, I’m so excited to be taking part in this brand new event – called Connected by Autism. Check out the promo video. If you’re interested, the event is now up online here – https://jkpautism.thinkific.com/ – and selling tickets! Attendees can get £10 off until 22nd Feb with the code EARLYBIRD at checkout. But if you don’t … Continue reading Connected by Autism

happyinschool on YouTube

I’ve started to build my YouTube channel. Warning: The films are not fast, fizzy or heavily edited. But they do contain lots of words. Interesting, well-selected and informative words. Do check it out and SUBSCRIBE. That would be great. And as usual let me have any feedback. There are lots of videos already uploaded, on … Continue reading happyinschool on YouTube

Managing our children’s mental health – the parents’ perspective

It’s Children’s Mental Health Week, so in my view, a good time to talk about how parenting is going! I will be hosting a relaxed Zoom session on Friday 5th February at 19:00 (UK TIME). I’m looking forward to some stimulating and supportive conversation between friends about how it’s all going. If you’d like to … Continue reading Managing our children’s mental health – the parents’ perspective

Children’s Mental Health Week

A closer look at attachment. As we slide into Children’s Mental Health Week from the Charity Place2Be, we can feel that the ongoing situation is storing up serious emotional issues for the current younger generation. On the whole, lots of our primary aged children have displayed extraordinary resilience and kindness in the last year: although … Continue reading Children’s Mental Health Week