Working for us can mean a variety of things. The Inclusive Home makes some fantastic points about inclusive homes that may surprise many. Some of these things are seen in businesses and attractions too. A Wheelie Great Adventure tells us about her daughter’s sleepover at an accessible aquarium, that really makes her day – and her night!
As Joseph and his Amazing Spectrum Coat writes, people, can make things a success or failure when going out. I believe this is the case in the everyday ordinary places. And it was this kind of difference that made a special princess day work for Lyla’s Angels at a local cafe. By contacting the venue and talking about what would work, things worked out well. However, it’s not always the case. As this passionate mother knows when it’s not all good on the Disney front for her family.
Passion is certainly something many SEND parents have for their causes. Of course, emotions often run high, as Steph’s Two Girls considers the challenges and the pressure of parenting a sibling of a child with special needs too. Another tale backing the same idea is by Faith Mummy in her post – The life of an autism sibling. First Time Valley Mam shares her daily ups and downs, but it’s just part of being an Autism Mumma.
Our kids may be different as Someone’s Mum’s son is now realising. But as Our Altered Life declares, the voicing of the worries, fears and natural emotions of having their (or any of our) altered life has made a huge difference to the people who are feeling exactly the same as we do. Thank you all for your continued contribution to the SEND Blogger Community. You can contact me with any questions about the Round-up and link up your posts for next month.