As part of my five ideas for 2021, I have applied a bit of Feng Shui to my home. I have repositioned my bed in a more commanding central position of the room, which opens more space.
A random blog of randomness, including content creator frustration, artificial intelligence, and website accessibility.
First of all, I would like to say well done to all the bloggers who uploaded content this year. I, at times, found it challenging to motivate myself to blog about our experiences.
Today is New Year’s Eve 2020, and to recap this unusual year, I have chosen an unusual image to go with this blog.
I decided to look back at 2020 the best way I know how, by writing a poem.
As you may have noticed, my website has undergone a makeover! I even have a tagline: “Arts and Crafts, Autism and Life.”
I have been a blogger now for just over a year. The biggest lesson that I have learnt about blogging is that there is a lot more that goes into it than just writing content.
Harry Specters is a business that creates award-winning luxury chocolate.
Their mission is to “raise awareness about autism” and generate employment for young autistic adults.
This week is Carers Week and is all about getting carers connected and ensuring that carers get the right support.
Nclude are an organisation situated in Buckinghamshire, who provide training and support to people with learning disabilities.
Art and Us is a 3-year programme, which promotes creativity and accessibility for children aged 5+ with complex needs. Supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Milton Keynes Community Foundation, Art and Us allows children to express themselves.
On 4th March, SNAP PCF hosted their second Parent Carer Forum Conference. SNAP (Special Needs Action Panel) consists of parent carers who have children/young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Autism Bedfordshire is a voluntary organisation, which was founded in 1991. They provide emotional and practical support for families in the Bedfordshire and Luton areas.
Today is Rare Disease Day, a day where people with rare diseases are celebrated as well as raising awareness and improving knowledge of rare diseases.
As a neurodivergent parent who writes about autistic topics, I soon realized that when you enter the world of online, you become part of a community.