At Towering Heights: The Tower of London

Home to the Crown Jewels, rich in history with a compelling display of Romanesque and Military Architecture; The Tower of London has always been on my list of places to visit.

Before heading out on our journey, I checked out the Tower of London Guide, which is for parents and carers of people who are on the autism spectrum.

SEND Support in Mainstream Schools

Insufficient investment in education is a topic that has been attracting media attention lately.
These cuts are sending our schools into crisis and have an enormous impact on children with Special Educational Needs and Disability.

Diagnosis: The Journey Ahead Part Two

Still coming to terms with the diagnosis, I did the worst thing you could do. I googled the disorder. You know when you pick up a prescription and read the list of side effects and think that you could get all of them? Well, it was exactly like that:

Diagnosis: The Journey Ahead Part One

To understand where I need to go, I must first look at where I have been. Let’s start from the beginning….

My son was born weighing 9lb 1 ounce. He was even an early walker at 9 months. The only concern at the time was his inability to sleep.