31 10, 2006

>drama queenings

By |October 31st, 2006|autism|4 Comments

>yaaay it's make school make sense launch day in Scotland. there has been loads of press interest and it tied in with an HMI report also launched today about the shoddy state of affairs in Scotland. we arrived at school this morning - just in time cause I got lost trying to avoid the traffic [...]

30 10, 2006

>performings

By |October 30th, 2006|autism|5 Comments

>wow - what a day in addition to normal work and the online tutoring course today was a mass of phone calls to sort out media stuff for the National Autistic Society 'Make Schools Make sense Campaign' Tomorrow is the big launch in Scotland. I was supposed to go to Holyrood (Scottish Parliament) but can't [...]

27 10, 2006

>ramblings

By |October 27th, 2006|autism|1 Comment

>well they say you shouldn't tempt fate - the bloody magic stick (sorry staff) has broken in two. the amber eyes stayed stuck in but it happened on the morning he was going back to school after the holidays!!!! 5 minutes before leaving he was swishing it around (tchew tchew) when hector the wonderdog ran [...]

10 06, 2006

>sensings

By |June 10th, 2006|autism|4 Comments

>make school make sense http://www.nas.org.uk/msms support the campaign... I got a pack for schools in the post today - going to send it to the headmistress; )) still haven't heard from the steiner school yet - but I wasn't at home on thursday/friday they may have rang while I was out. still haven't had our [...]

2 06, 2006

>celebratings

By |June 2nd, 2006|autism|8 Comments

>we have our diagnosis we are all celebrating the news because for us it is a positive thing this is called how do you make sense of the world can't put a bigger version on this page as it messes up the right hand side of the page. The words say you have no idea [...]

5 04, 2006

>refusings 2!

By |April 5th, 2006|autism|4 Comments

>Oh well - one step forward another step back. After the success on Monday we had a bit of a day yesterday. As we started walking to meet the school educational psychologist Laurie suddenly stopped walking and refused to move. We tried everything we could to get him moving. Tim even tried picking him up [...]