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In which I have the wobbles.

from home schooling my special needs child

A blog for those homeschooling or thinking of it, with special needs children. Offers support, curriculum ideas and activities.

Life and ASC

My son's views on being pushed to do something which causes anxiety

from Life and ASC

Twitter: @LifeAndASC

A working mum with a young family. Finding my way through autism, special needs eduction, anxiety, demand avoidance, and a life-work balance


I'm so not inspirational, but I know people who are.

from Born at the Right Time

I am mum to three beautiful boys. My eldest has severe and complex disabilities. My blog gives an open and honest view into our family life.

Down in front, please.

Of Gratitude and Pity. | World Down Syndrome Day 2018

from Down in front, please.

Twitter: @downinfrontpls

Raising a child with Down syndrome in the UK, by a Tiger Mama with zero tolerance for labels. Rukai has DS, but it sure hasn't got him.



from Downright Joy

Discovering joy in unexpected places – a journey into parenthood and Down's Syndrome


Our 3p Deletion Syndrome family

from A rare kind of normal

My life as a mummy learning to raise our beautiful rare daughter with 3p25 deletion syndrome


Why You Shouldn't Wait To Change Your Autistic Child's School

from Autism with Lots Of Love And Affection

I am a mum of three children all with additional needs, my two eldest are diagnosed with Autism and ADHD and a rainbow of disabilities

Chiara's Journey

Rare Star Day @ Steve Waugh Foundation

from Chiara's Journey

Motherhood, special needs, wellness, yoga and spirituality. Life after childhood stroke. Raw and real insights.


A Mother's Courage

from Navigating Chloe's World

Twitter: @Eyesearsheart

My story about my life as a Mum of a unique deafblind little girl. Chloe is extremely rare and incredibly inspiring.

Living with Luke

Living with Luke 85

from Living with Luke

Twitter: @dansthunderbol

A blog about living with an Autistic child, written from a Father's point of view.