Understanding the SEN Process – Education, Health & Care Plans (EHCPs) Laura Carr from HCB Solicitors is kindly delivering a free seminar aimed at parents/carers who are: • Considering applying for a statutory assessment; • Going through the assessment process; • Due for a review of their child’s EHCP; • Have questions about securing funding […]
Christmas can be challenging for autistic people. Change can bring anxiety, but there are things you can do to help…
The wearing of face coverings will become mandatory in England from Friday 24th July. As is the case with public transport, if you have a disability such as autism that means you are unable to wear a face covering without suffering extreme distress, you will be exempt from the rules. The follow is a list […]
With lockdown coming to an end, some of your children might have already gone back to school, however many won’t be returning until September. The resources below might be useful for preparing your child for the transition back to school. A big thanks to The Additional Needs Blogfather for these links.
Tips for families with autistic children at Halloween Halloween can be more trick than treat for autistic people! Luckily we have some fun ideas that might help… Costumes can be scary from the inside too! Many autistic people and children have sensory sensitivities around clothing, therefore Halloween costumes can be scratchy and overwhelming. Why […]