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Money Saving Tips for Families Living with Autism

If you ask autism families what their main concerns are when it comes to living with autism, chances are that financial issues will rank somewhere near the top of the… Read more »

Teaching Children Who ‘AUT’ to be At Home

After homeschooling my autistic daughter for five years, I wonder … would Pamela have ‘met’ Stephen Foster, Mary Cassatt, A.A. Milne and Laura Ingalls Wilder in special education? Would she… Read more »

Teaching a Child with Autism to Read

When considering how to communicate effectively to parents and carers about literacy development in children with autism, I saw that there has to be a broadly agreed context from where… Read more »

Another Piece Fits the PUZZLE

We would like to share an experience we had just before Christmas when we were invited to London to meet with the team from Biometrics to have Connor’s blood tested… Read more »

ASD & Foster Care

I am a Social Worker and Training Practitioner working with foster carers and the children they look after in their homes. However, as a father of a child with an… Read more »

Serendipity: Our Family’s Special Journey Through Autism

Serendipity: Our Family’s Special Journey Through Autism

My husband and I are both practicing physicians. We are blessed with two lovely children – Raphael and Ysabell. Sometime in 2001, I decided to lay low in my medical… Read more »

Sunderland University & The Autism Research Unit: The Early Years

Sunderland University & The Autism Research Unit: The Early Years

It must be remembered that the possibility of diet triggering any form of neurological disorder would not, at that time, be taken seriously at all, as it just did not… Read more »

Edward’s Story

Edward’s Story

My name is Lara Hawkings; I am part of the Treating Autism team and recently presented “Edward’s Story” at the Treating Autism conference in Surrey, England. Edward: born 2002, diagnosed… Read more »

Yes! Bullying Can Be Addressed through the IEP

Yes! Bullying Can Be Addressed through the IEP

Today’s headlines are filled with news about bullying in schools. The latest phenomenon, called “bullicide,” happens when kids who are being bullied commit suicide. Let’s face it, bullying can be… Read more »

Welcome To The RUGROOM

Welcome To The RUGROOM

Working as a freelance SEN (special education needs) consultant in Norfolk, I am in and out of mainstream schools. I advise on adapting the curriculum, teaching styles, timetables, and classroom… Read more »



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