Cooking with Kids

Children are never too young to start cooking or preparing food.  You can start with small steps like pouring out some cereal or juice, then spreading butter.  As they are able you can start with…

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So Slime DIY Review

So Slime DIY Review

Up until now I haven’t tried out slime. We do lots of messy play and my eldest particularly loves gloopy things like cornflour … View Post
Politics, Autism & Brexit – how to vote in the European Elections

Politics, Autism & Brexit – how to vote in the European Elections

Are you sick of hearing about Brexit?  Think it’s not worth voting because all the politicians are as bad as each other? … View Post
LEGO® Key lights and torch review

LEGO® Key lights and torch review

LEGO® is one of our favourite toys, my non-verbal autistic 5 year old relies on visual instructions and this is something LEGO® is excellent at. … View Post
Using rewards with an autistic child

Using rewards with an autistic child

Rewards are a great way to help teach children. All children benefit from positive reinforcements. It is important that any therapy, teaching method or … View Post
Lessons learnt!

Lessons learnt!

I grew up in 1980s England and what society taught me then was the following: I was better than people who were poor but … View Post
Meet the Autism Professional …. Educational Psychologist

Meet the Autism Professional …. Educational Psychologist

Throughout the process of getting an autism diagnosis we met with lots of different people working with autistic children.  After my son’… View Post
Easter Activities for an Autistic Child

Easter Activities for an Autistic Child

With Easter at the end of the school holidays it gives a bit more time to do some Easter themed activities at home. Here … View Post
Gympanzees Easter Pop Up

Gympanzees Easter Pop Up

Sometimes I just don’t want to go to soft play or the park. I know my kids love it but it’s stressful … View Post
Supporting your autistic customers

Supporting your autistic customers

Does your business need a visual guide to support autistic customers? At least 1% of the UK population has autism so it is very likely … View Post