Monthly Archives: October 2016

Glimpses and guess work.

When you are a parent to a child without speech it can be difficult. Glimpses and guesses allow us to have a degree of understanding about our precious boy. Gestures, expressions, reactions and beh… Source: Glimpses and guess work. Advertisements

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TRIPLE P FOR AUTISM PARENTS?

So yesterday I wrote my first blog for some time about autism and the impact it has on children’s lives. I have to write again about early intervention and the hope it offers parents or does it? Most important is … Continue reading

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Square pegs in square holes.

This is not the language I would use to describe my beautiful boys. It was used yesterday by an educational psychologist to describe Callybally. He has transitioned to High School from an autism base in a small school to High … Continue reading

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Slight Returns.

As I write today we are nearing the end of a short break in Perthshire. Andy is at respite and has been on my mind on and off. The normal guilt around going away has been dulled somewhat by sheer … Continue reading

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Loneliness: the secret circle of hell

Originally posted on Gordon Darroch's Unreal Domain:
Picture: The lonely runner, by Nick Kenrick on Flickr “We cannot cope alone,” wrote George Monbiot in his essay on the age of loneliness, published in The Guardian two years ago. Human…

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