Thank you to everyone to replied to the following question I sent out:
Autism: if you could give your/child’s teacher one piece of advice for supporting a child on the spectrum, what would it be?
I’ve had some great responses back and they’ll all be going into a post tomorrow. The key piece of advice would be something high on my list of priorities too…establishing open communication.
Please send through any more, all appreciated!
Hasn’t been a brilliant one. I’m not really sure why.
T has been very (very) snappy with D every time they’re in proximity, resenting her interrupting – something he also does unwittingly – and just generally “off” with her and us.
Naturally she’s reacted at times and I don’t know what’s been occurring.
They each have their calming strategies – T’s is the trampoline, D’s is drawing – so it’s not like those intermingle.
Hopefully just a rare off day.
Of course, when I’ve tried to gently coax out why, it’s been met with “nothing!” and a cross look, so I’ll just have to hope it blows over.
Amazing service from Amazon though – placed the order Monday afternoon – D was delighted that her unicorn came today and I’d ordered a Skylanders paperback for T too, which also arrived today.
So, I’ll be inwardly requesting a better day tomorrow please, in the meantime I hope everyone’s had a good one, comments/RTs/shares as ever welcomed, thanks for reading Jx 😘
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