10 real stories: SEND during lockdown

Life on lockdown has no doubt been a different experience for many.  For some the spread of COVID19 has been tragic.  Across the country we’ve all been doing our part to support the nation, including SEND families, many of whom experience it differently, like so many other things in our lives. How the BritMums SEND…

Share Button
View Post
Share:

The highs of being a SEND parent

In this month’s round-up, Ann at Rainbows Are Too Beautiful highlights some recent blog posts from the BritMums’ community about the little-known highs of being a SEND parent and also discovers the best SEND friendly theatre shows around the UK. The joy of being a SEND parent “How do you do it?” is a question…

Share Button
View Post
Share:

SEND: Managing expectations and setting small goals

Ann at Rainbows Are Too Beautiful muses on ten years as a SEND parent and the incredible support and information she’s acquired from fellow SEND bloggers at BritMums including Jade at The Autism Page who has kindly guestwritten this month’s round-up. I can hardly believe another decade has past. Ten years ago I had no…

Share Button
View Post
Share:

SEND: Ideas for easing stress and anxiety at Christmas

The Christmas holidays can be an overwhelming time of year for BritMums’ SEND familles. This month’s round-up by Ann at Rainbows Are Too Beautiful focusses on tips and tactics to ease holiday stress and anxiety. As we head to a busy time of year for many, SEND bloggers are sharing opinions tips and campaign messages. …

Share Button
View Post
Share:

How SEND families plan for Bonfire Night

Loud noises, bright contrasts, sudden changes of direction and usually lots and lots of people. All this while being in an unfamiliar place, open to the elements and in the dark. This can often make attending Bonfire night or Fireworks tricky for some children with SEND whilst others can be mesmerised. What tips can we…

Share Button
View Post
Share: