Conversations with the KidCoachApp

This week we have a guest post from Lizzie over at A Curious Journey. Lizzie is mum to two boys and her blog A Curious Journey helps parents of children on the autistic spectrum prepare for…

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Super Sand Classic Review

Super Sand Classic Review

As one of the Good Play Guide’s Ambassadors we are gifted a range of toys which you will see over on my … View Post
Confidently communicating with my non speaking child

Confidently communicating with my non speaking child

Six years ago I was really struggling. I was heavily pregnant with my youngest and my eldest was a toddler. I was exhausted, at 18 … View Post
Orchard Toys Christmas Eve Box – Review

Orchard Toys Christmas Eve Box – Review

I am really pleased to now be working with the Good Play Guide as part of their Ambassadors programme.  Child development expert Dr … View Post
First ask why, then does it matter?

First ask why, then does it matter?

The two most effective questions I need as a parent are: why is something happening? & Does it really matter?  It is so … View Post
101 Sensory Supports to try

101 Sensory Supports to try

All children benefit from sensory activity but if your child has sensory differences then it is very likely they need sensory supports and activities. … View Post
Supporting our Children with Emotional Recognition

Supporting our Children with Emotional Recognition

Our emotions are complicated but at least as adults we know what they are. Generally we know what we are feeling and have strategies … View Post
What you need to know about Autism & Neurodiversity

What you need to know about Autism & Neurodiversity

Recently I have been doing some training sessions with parents and organisations new to autism. Whilst I already have posts explaining ‘what is … View Post
Lite Brite Review

Lite Brite Review

Do you remember Lite Brite? Well it is back and great for some sensory fine motor fun. Basic Toys gifted me a Lite Brite … View Post
21 ‘Reasonable Adjustments’ Schools can make for Autistic Students?

21 ‘Reasonable Adjustments’ Schools can make for Autistic Students?

One of the hardest things is knowing that our kids need support but not knowing what they need.  Often we know our kids … View Post