So proud of my girl

So proud of my girl

  I need to recognise the bravery of my oldest daughter, Matilda, who fell from playground equipment after school on Friday afternoon and sustained fractures to both bones in her left forearm. As I’ve shared in past posts, Matilda is hyper-sensitive to touch and...
Autism and the Silly Season

Autism and the Silly Season

For many people on the autism spectrum, the busyness and social nature of the lead up to Christmas and the end of the year can prove too much. There’s the changes in routine, particularly at school. There’s the party and function invitations. There’s...
When Will the Bubble Burst?

When Will the Bubble Burst?

So, yesterday my big kids headed back to school. And it could not have gone any better. I still can’t quite believe it. We worked hard to make it as smooth a transition as possible and prepared them for the first day as best we could but I was still expecting a...
Proud as Punch

Proud as Punch

Have I told you lately how proud I am of my kiddos? I don’t think I could be any prouder of them right now. image credit Gilbert is powering through the end of the year and surprising everyone with his growing focus and drive. At a time of year where he would be...
Then & Now

Then & Now

As we careen towards the end of the year I have found myself comparing where we are now to where we were at the same time last year. This time last year we were finding our way after Matilda’s Aspergers diagnosis and trying to work out the best way to help her....

Support is so important when you're a special needs parent

 

Subscribe to receive understanding, support and advice from a fellow special needs parent. It can be a lonely and overwhelming road but it's easier when you're not walking it alone. Let's work together to find the positives and help you and your family live a more empowered life.

You have Successfully Subscribed!