Special Needs

Easy Gluten Free Birthday Cake Recipe – 4 Ingredient Sponge Cake

This easy gluten free birthday cake recipe will ensure nobody misses out!  Gluten free cakes can be a bit… yuck, especially if you’re a little person having a special day.  …

Coles launches quiet hour to create autism friendly shopping experience

Coles have revealed their newest initiative, Quiet Hour to assist families and individuals on the autism spectrum or suffering with sensory issues. Quiet Hour will roll out across 68 Coles …

today i need kindness

Today I need kindness

Our mum says: Today I need kindness. Be the person who reaches out, asking are you ok? Rather than continuing on without looking sideways at those around

Explaining special needs to your child

Explaining special needs to your child – tips on how to teach your children to be inclusive and understanding of people with special needs

Autism and Fussy Eaters

Fussy eating is a normal part of a toddler’s development between the ages of 18 months and 3 years, but sometimes it can result in food refusal or persist for a long time. Jan Jones provides information about how you can tackle fussy eating and what you shouldn’t do. (Information relates to both general fussy eaters, as well as more specific information for children who are on the autism spectrum)

How Occupational Therapy can Help Children with Autism

Chances are, if you haven’t needed an OT before, you don’t know how much they do and how much you are missing out on! Nicole explains how useful they can be for children with an Autism diagnosis.

Autism: Knowing what it is, knowing what it looks like

Our Early Childhood expert, Jan Jones, explains what Autism is and how to recognise it.

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