Associated Conditions and Autism Profiles

Associated Conditions and Autism Profiles

Autism is often diagnosed alongside other conditions. There are also additional autistic profiles. In this post I will signpost to information on some of … View Post
All About Autistic Meltdowns

All About Autistic Meltdowns

What is a meltdown, why do they happen and how to support and recover from them. Meltdown seems to be a word that is … View Post
Autism and Assistive Technology

Autism and Assistive Technology

Technology really is amazing and provides us with so many support avenues. In this post I want to explore some assistive technology we are … View Post
How I support children with autism as a one to one in pre school

How I support children with autism as a one to one in pre school

Today’s post is a guest post from Caroline who was 1-1 for my youngest at Pre-school. I can’t thank her … View Post
Autism in Girls

Autism in Girls

Today I want to talk a little about autism in girls.  Historically more men/ boys have been diagnosed as autistic than women or … View Post
If you can’t go forwards try going back

If you can’t go forwards try going back

Today I want to talk a little about getting stuck or freezing to the spot. I have spoken to many parents about this and … View Post
How to support speech by crossing the midline

How to support speech by crossing the midline

Crossing the midline promotes coordination and communication between the left and right sides of our brains. Today I am going to show you some … View Post
Do you want to know the secret to successful parenting?

Do you want to know the secret to successful parenting?

Parenting an autistic child has taught me a huge amount about differences and parenting. No matter what type of parent you are there is … View Post
How much processing time do you need?

How much processing time do you need?

When I ask my husband a question I’m instantly irritated by not having an immediate response. I’m often already repeating … View Post
The World From a Neurotypical Lens

The World From a Neurotypical Lens

This is a guest post by Adriana Azor who is currently doing a Neuroscience PHD at Imperial Collage London and founder of BePeers with … View Post