A guest post in response to A letter to … my son, who has autism, for whom I’ll always do my best. Advertisements
“I don’t do Facebook,” Connie would say whenever I would share the latest drama or dust up on that platform.
A guest post by a foster carer on the attempted murder of Issy Stapleton. It is a plea to parents who need help to seek it – that the stigma … Continue reading
Taken, with permission, from What is Autism? by Nick Walker of Neurocosmopolitinism.com. All hyperlinks are my own addition.
Apologies for the gaps in posting. We’ve been doing a bit of building work and decorating here and the half term holiday crept up on us and went “BOO!”
Bonkers doesn’t begin to describe things here in Wales at the moment. Our local authority is looking to slash millions off its annual budget and, you guessed it, disabled people … Continue reading
First and foremost, happy new year one and all. We all had a very nice and very quiet Christmas and new year. I know you all want some Christmas Pwd, … Continue reading
Every so often a list goes around Facebook usually stuff like this one that found its way to me recently
One of the most popular posts on this blog is Steve Summer’s 10 Tips on How to Communicate with Autistic People.
Yesterday evening, hubby and I went to our little Pwdin’s school to discuss his IEP (individual education plan) and IBP (individual behaviour plan).