Struggling without appliances

My washing machine broke a while ago, and I had to hand wash everything, this was not enough to clear the build-up on his clothes, bedding and towels. #LivingWithout Read more

More than a washing machine

Incontinence created yet more washing. Fine motor difficulties resulting in food going on clothing at every meal making more washing again. #LivingWithout Read more

Communication leads to awareness

"I appreciate boys will be boys, and by no means do I think my boy is an angel, but each of these incidents affected him so much! " Anti-Bullying Week runs from 11-15 November. Read more

Learning from my daughter

"As I was thinking how to process such awful and disgusting words I remembered this story I wrote a few years ago." Anti-Bullying Week runs from 11-15 November. Read more

Looking back at difficult school days

“He was pretty miserable about going in today. I had to fight back the tears when I sent him in." Anti-Bullying Week runs from 11-15 November Read more

Thank you for helping him to find his voice!

"He can tell me when he wants a drink and what he wants to eat. It’s a start." Read more

Are mum's being forced into minimum wage jobs?

"This post means the most to me because as a working mum with a disabled child, a career was something I still felt was achievable." Read more

What I wish I had known when we got a Rare Genetic Diagnosis for my child

"Getting a rare diagnosis is scary and fraught with the unknown. Almost 5 years in to our journey these are my reflections of what I wish I had known at the start" Read more

The reason I don't like to eat

"This blog always reminds me that truly listening to someone is vital to understanding them. I hope this helps someone else." Read more


"We have been homeless for 7 weeks now and I have a lot of health issues going on as well as life dramas and general inconveniences, so tiny gestures from people have made a big difference." Read more

I see you...

"All my posts are from the heart; and whilst it seemingly resonated with many and was shared far and wide, it was also a cathartic exercise for me too." Read more

How do you feel when your child gets an autism diagnosis?

"It was one of the first blogposts I wrote and was very personal to me." Read more

A little less conversation

This blog demonstrates how much Thomas has achieved Read more

Imperfectly perfect

"Today's the day I realised that all along, it’s been an imperfectly perfect journey." Read more