Welcome to July’s Britmums SEND Round-up – summer is definitely here. The good weather and longer evenings seem to be encouraging our kids to play. Outside, Tink is having fun with a little girl at the playground. Inside, This Mama tells how her son benefits from playing with a doll. Our lads can really engage with books […]
About Ann ."Rainbows are too beautiful," said Anthony. "I just can't look at them." Ann says her son's statement characterizes so much about how her autistic and neurotypical family interacts and interprets the world in their own wonderful way. Originally a PR and marketing professional for the third sector, Ann now does some lecturing in this topic but spends most of her time being a full time mum and sharing her experiences through her award nominated blog. Ann’s three kids attend different schools and have multiple diagnoses including Autism, ADHD, anxiety and more. Ann is a Trustee on a local disabled children’s charity and speaks at SEND conferences and consultations.
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Many SEND Bloggers took some time out of social media during the recent awful events in Manchester and London. After a break though, there has been a general desire to not let the events stop us continuing our lives. And so to our June SEND round-up. Last month, various aspects of behaviour and care that have been highlighted by […]
Hello from me and the SEND Blogger Community! It’s time for May’s SEND Round-up and this month’s starts with a farewell. Steph Curtis, an amazing woman and awesome blogger at Stephs Two Girls, has decided it is time to pass on the Britmums SEND Round-up editor baton. Steph has been writing this round-up for several […]