10 ways to care for the carer

10 ways to care for the carer

I know from my own experience as a carer, you can spend so much time looking after your special needs child or your other kids or your elderly parents or your partner, there is often no time or energy left to care for yourself. I also know that sometimes it can be...
The real face of albinism

The real face of albinism

Today I’m the proudest mum on the earth. My son gave 10 presentations to his schoolmates talking about his experience as a person with albinism in the lead up to International Albinism Awareness Day on Saturday, June 13. He proudly wore a crazy hat as part of...
Anger, Autism and Jerry Seinfeld

Anger, Autism and Jerry Seinfeld

I’ve been following the backlash against Jerry Seinfeld this week from the autism community regarding his belief that he may be on the higher end of the autism spectrum. Here’s the video of his comments: The story has been carried by a number of news...
Cafe Life

Cafe Life

I have mentioned before that we frequent a cafe in our town whose owners, Julie and Rhys,  are just beautiful, caring and empathetic people. Cafe Tempest‘s motto is enter a stranger and come out friends and they live that motto everyday. If you’re ever in...

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