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Articles on topics about communication such as augmentative/alternative communication, behaviour & communication, comprehension & literacy, early childhood, social skills and language, role of an SLP and visual supports.
Support and guides
Please take a look at some further useful articles below, which include useful news items and book reviews:
It’s 2021 and its time to start looking at autism in a more three-dimensional approach
Your breath can alter mood, help you sleep better, lower heart rate and blood pressure as well as open up the lungs
The psychology all bigotry is I believe were we need to start in one’s understanding of the bigger picture of what is going on
Discreet, easy gentle massage and acupressure to use anytime
‘The Doctor Will See You Now’ by Dr Amir Khan – A book review by Beverly Guest our Charity Champion
Yoga Games for Superheroes – including those on the autism and ADHD spectrum, by Giuliana Wheater
As an Autistic parent of an Autistic Child with co-occurring conditions which impact not only upon our functionality from day to day but also on how we are perceived and treated by both professionals and those within our community.
Following lots of requests for some more yoga fun as well as well as continuing emails about mental health, anxiety, trauma, and PTSD.
Mickeypedia – The A to Z of an Autistic Savant by Mickey Mayhew – A book review by Beverly Guest our Charity Champion
Please see details below of the BBC Children in Need Emergency Essentials programme:-
Becoming a referrer & supporting the families you work with: You can find more information and register as a referrer on their website: www.familyfundservices.co.uk/emergency-essentials/
You can find out more information about eligibility criteria and what being a referrer for the grant means in these guidelines:
When writing your applications ensure that you put as much detail about the beneficiary’s financial situation and the crisis which they are going through. Focus on the impact of the crisis and vulnerability on the child. Explain the impact the item will have on the child and what the impact would be if they didn’t receive the grant.
If you would like any advice on how to apply or if you would like to check whether a child is eligible please call 01904 55 00 11 or email:email@example.com
If you work with disabled children, it’s also worth you knowing about their sister charity: http://www.familyfund.org.uk
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- Children’s beds and bedding
- Washing machines
- Fridges and freezers
- Baby equipment
- Clothing in exceptional or emergency situations