An apology to my autistic students

‘An apology to my autistic students,’ is from a blogger whose posts I always look forward to reading. Danielle, author of the blog Someone’s Mum, has been producing some amazing posts that have gone viral, and deservedly so.…

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The day my life as a parent changed forever

I connected with Kera, author of the fabulous blog The Special Reds, last year, not long after starting Stories about Autism. Kera’s blog talks about life as a mum to 3 beautiful red-headed children, all…

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A promise to my autistic daughter

I discovered an amazing Facebook page a couple of months ago, which was raising autism awareness through a documentary style photography approach. In this post it’s founder, Glenn Gameson-Burrows, talks about why he started the project,…

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They never told me ‘that’ at diagnosis

This post is written by Miriam Gwynne, aka FaithMummy. I discovered her blog a couple of months ago, where she writes beautiful, touching posts about raising, and being an advocate for her twin children, both…

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What having an autistic son has taught me

This post is from Catie, author of the blog Diary of an Imperfect Mum, which I discovered late last year.  Here she tells us what raising her autistic son has taught her.  Dear friend, As it is…

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