How to Manage Autism Calmly over Christmas

It seemed like such a good idea at the time. Easy peasy lemon squeezy – how difficult would it be to film a few videos and create an online course about how to help children with autism have a Happy

How to blog about your children whilst protecting their privacy

Blogging about my children is something I do all the time, and amazingly, they all still talk to me! If you read anything I’ve written about them, I hope you’d get the impression that I’m being completely open, honest and

What do you do when CAMHS can’t help?

CAMHS Services around the country are often under-resourced and over-stretched. If a child or young person develops a mental health issue, CAMHS may be able to offer regular appointments but there may be a long waiting list for an initial

An Inspirational Evening

Cloak and daggery, mystery Twitter Direct Messages and finally a Top Secret Email that forbade me to tell anyone anything until the night itself. How wonderfully exciting! Except for two things. I’m the world’s biggest chatterbox and the worst secret-keeper

DIY Sensory Rooms at home on a Tight Budget

From Contact-a-Family Connected Magazine – how to build a sensory room at home From Contact-a-Family Connected Magazine, by Yvonne Newbold      To buy your copy of “The Special Parent’s Handbook” please click on the link to the Amazon page

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