Accessible toilets not disabled toilets

This popped up on my newsfeed this morning.  http://www.madeformums.com/news-and-gossip/how-a-girl-whos-afraid-of-hand-dryers-inspired-new-superstore-signs/41720.html It is so nice to see a big retailer listening to disabled customers and making the small changes that make a big difference. It resonated with me because my hand dryer radar is still strong from the time when I always had to be on high… Continue reading Accessible toilets not disabled toilets

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The Boredom Jar: Keeping Kids Busy in the School Holidays

After all the structure and busy days of school term time, the summer holiday can be really hard for some children. There is so much empty time, and there are so many things to do with it, but where to start? My 7-year-old finds making choices really hard. I don't know whether it's his Autism… Continue reading The Boredom Jar: Keeping Kids Busy in the School Holidays

When Thank You Just Doesn’t Cut It: An Open Letter Of Gratitude To My Son’s School

It's that time of year. Everyone is thanking their child's teachers for teaching them well, showing their appreciation for a job well done, as their children move on to the next class. But when your child needs extra support and careful handling to thrive in a school environment, it is a blessing to find staff… Continue reading When Thank You Just Doesn’t Cut It: An Open Letter Of Gratitude To My Son’s School

How to make a Noddy figure from a toilet roll #NoddyChallenge

Noddy is an iconic character, ever popular with children since his creation in 1949 and buried in so many of our childhood memories I'm sure. I certainly have fond memories of his cheeky face so I thought we'd have a go at a Noddy craft as part of Tots100 blogger challenge (see link below for… Continue reading How to make a Noddy figure from a toilet roll #NoddyChallenge