I saw this in action at the beginning of the month at the TEN SEN show in London – it may save some frayed tempers!!
Month: October 2019
This can be a big issue for many autistics in everyday life – believe me!!
I am staying out of the argument other than to state I am a great admirer of this young girl!
A bit techie, but this report suggests that children are being missed and to quote a part of the article “Persistent racial and economic disparities in autism screening and diagnosis are a cause for great concern” – tell us something we didn’t know!!
Useful set of pointers
Some teachers can be absolute gold as Jen obviously is – unfortunately, few and far between!
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I know its only September, but these sort of things have to be booked! Good to meet Amanda last week – she’s doing some good work! There is currently no website, but her Instagram page is @softplaypartiesleicester and the telephone number is on the flyer
Interesting point here too often looking for the “cause” ie something or someone to blame, instead of looking at ways of managing this!
Love this piece especially the bit about exploding goats – the mind just boggles!