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Special Needs



Hospital, home or hospice?

from Kaytee Jones

Twitter: @kayteejones_xo

A student nurse blogging her way through maternity leave with her firstborn. From formula feeding guilt to raising a baby with special needs


Usual Suspects

from View from the Hill

Twitter: @LinnetMac

This blog describes living in London with my 19 year old daughter who is profoundly disabled. She leaves school this summer and I am committed to her staying within her local community despite the...

Living with Luke

Living with Luke 87

from Living with Luke

Twitter: @dansthunderbol

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

One of the Wonders

You're lucky to know her

from One of the Wonders

Reflections on life, and running, with a child diagnosed with atypical Rett Syndrome.


Please Stop Commenting on my Son's Weight.

from To Aufinity and Beyond

A journey through Autism Spectrum Disorder and beyond though one mothers eyes.

Heart Mammi

A letter to Martha Grace - on your 5th Birthday

from Heart Mammi

Twitter: @HeartMammi

Nothing prepares you for "I'm sorry there's a problem with your baby's heart" at your 20week scan.

Parenting a Child with Autism

Burnt Out Mum Break...

from Parenting a Child with Autism

Im a single Mum to my gorgeous little boy who has autism. This is my personal journey through the highs and lows of raising a child with ASD


Sleep Psychology for children's bedtime

from Katherine Mullin (@sleepybearblog on twitter)

Teacher(primary) autism, dyslexia specialist. Author & hypnotherapist. Blog about psychology, health, neurodiversity, books, sleep, wellness


Dropping the Mask: Does it Take a Diagnosis? #TakeTheMaskOff

from Blogging Astrid

Twitter: @avwoerkom

A Dutch woman blogs in English. I live with autism, mental illness and other disabilities.

Life and ASC

When routines and holidays collide - heading off on holiday as autistic travell...

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