All of the blog posts, neatly arrange by year and category… neat
"Make your house your home" was a slogan used by one of the UK DIY stores for ages. I think its a really good topic as its something of a process and since moving, its a process i have been going through. So here is my spaced out take on making my flat feel like my home.
Getting into the office more, babysitter continues to be amazing. Support gaps are posing a challenge and we are still waiting for social services to write a "report" to propose future plans. Finally, next week i am speaking at the NAS Autism + Tech Conference,
Last week was really full. I had many adventures big and small and explored lots of limits. Along the way I learnt a few things too.
I am just home after a lovely weekend at my friends. I thought now would be a good time to do an update on how last week went and to look ahead at the week to come.
This post explores how my speech works, how I go about recovering it when it’s been lost. A bit about Echolia and some thoughts on how it is to live in the verbal world without the use of spoken words
What are the things which were life changing for me in 2015. What are the things i am grateful for?
One of the big changes for 2015 was that I started buying in support for myself. We call them babysitters ;) it’s slightly tongue in cheek. Worryingly accurate!