Using rewards

Using rewards

Rewards can be controversial for some. There are also children that it doesn’t work with however both my boys respond well to … View Post
Easter Activities for an Autistic Child

Easter Activities for an Autistic Child

Here are some Easter themed activities to try at home. Attention Autism I regularly use Attention Autism at home, its such a great quick … View Post
Pancakes step by step

Pancakes step by step

Pancake Day – Tuesday 16th Feb 2021 I love pancakes and I also love cooking with the kids, so pancake day is something I look … View Post
Learn to Count

Learn to Count

Like most parents I want to support my kids and help them to learn.  We all want to do our best to make … View Post
Creating Visual Aids with DesignCap

Creating Visual Aids with DesignCap

I was never very good at art and I probably avoided it as I grew up with a house full of artists!   … View Post
The Sensory Side of Autism

The Sensory Side of Autism

***This one is a slightly longer read but it is full of helpful information*** Sensory processing is one of the key differences for how … View Post
Sensory Toys

Sensory Toys

Sensory support is really important for many people with autism. Unfortunately it can be really hard to identify the right sensory needs particularly for … View Post
How to Choose a school for your autistic child

How to Choose a school for your autistic child

Finding the right school for my kids is something I agonised over for both of my boys.  There are so many decisions to … View Post
ZOG for Christmas

ZOG for Christmas

Regular readers will know that we are big Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler fans.  So the animated film adaptations of their books is … View Post
Finding motivating toys for my autistic children

Finding motivating toys for my autistic children

When my eldest son was a toddler one of the hardest things was finding ways to engage him. I remember trying to play with … View Post