Toilet Training & Autism

Toilet Training & Autism

One of the early pressures for many parents is toilet training. Some kids take to toileting easily and others don’t. The problem … View Post
The PECS 151 Set – Review

The PECS 151 Set – Review

As both my boys have significant communication difficulties the Picture Exchange Communication System® / PECS® has played an important role in our … View Post
Avon Valley Pumpkin Patch

Avon Valley Pumpkin Patch

October half term means time to visit a pumpkin patch for us! Our local patch is at Avon Valley Adventure & Wildlife Park. Wellies … View Post
Clearing the Confusion: What Autism Isn’t

Clearing the Confusion: What Autism Isn’t

This post is a guest post written by Millie Fuller at The Writers Diary looking at the many misconceptions around autism. Autism is an … View Post
What to do while you wait for an autism assessment

What to do while you wait for an autism assessment

For many in the UK the average wait to get an autism diagnosis for a child can be between 1-3 years!! There are different … View Post
Sarah’s parenting journey

Sarah’s parenting journey

This week we have a guest post from Sarah at Sarah Louise Coaching. Hi, I’m Sarah  and I am mum to 3 … View Post
What is Immersive Technology? And how it can help SEN pupils?

What is Immersive Technology? And how it can help SEN pupils?

This is a guest post is written by Amy Robinson at Immersive Reality. An introduction to immersive technology The word ‘immersive’ is … View Post
Our First Coding Experience with Blazer the Dragon

Our First Coding Experience with Blazer the Dragon

I was really keen to try the Coding Critters MagiCoders from Learning Resources. I still remember my first coding experience at school although that … View Post
Autism Awareness Day: How to Celebrate?

Autism Awareness Day: How to Celebrate?

This is a guest post from the team at Orlando Vacation on supporting autism awareness alongside top tips for autism friendly holidays. April 2nd … View Post
How children can be more involved in IEP meetings

How children can be more involved in IEP meetings

This week we have a guest post from Olivia Villani who is based in the US. Here in the UK it is good practice … View Post