So to recap, in part one, I speak about the signs. The signs I see with 20/20 hindsight lead me to not only believe but embrace the fact that I am autistic. Signs I probably should have seen a good while back but didn’t. Warning, this blog will speak of hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and […]Read More Diagnosis?!? Part two.
Discussing realisation that I am autistic, late in life…Read More Diagnosis? Part One
Schools have a duty under the Equality Act to make reasonable adjustments for students who otherwise are at an unfair disadvantage to their peers due… Reasonable Adjustments in Schools for Autistic Students and Students with AnxietyRead More Reasonable Adjustments in Schools for Autistic Students and Students with Anxiety
Moving home can be stressful as it is, but add children to the mix, and it can become virtually unbearable. It can affect the entire family. Children can often feel affected by the whole process also. When thinking of the autistic child or young person and moving home, some areas are essential to consider. Let’s […]Read More Moving Home…
College…. Choosing a course, choosing a college, living at home or in a dorm, shared flat? What about the support?? These questions can excite a family or start anxiety in others or even a bit of both. For our autistic youngest, now 19 having spent their gap year in a pandemic, it was definitely a […]Read More College: Part One