SAPS 52 Why Autism is Different for Girls, Limiting Your Kids To Two Sugary Snacks A Day, ‘Parentioners’ (that’s older Dads to me & you) & 20 Quick Parenting Life Hacks To Make Living With Kids Easier!

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Expert of the week ….. Sue in Conversation With …… Sarah WildHead teacher of Limpsfield Grange Secondary School featured in the ITV Documentary ‘Girls With Autism.’

Limpsfield Grange in Surrey is the only state run boarding school in Britain specialising in girls with autism. The girls are all aged from 11-16 and more than half of them are on the autistic spectrum. The documentary focused on three very different pupils, Katie, Abigail and Beth, & the one-off documentary followed them over the course of six months both at school and at home, to offer a unique insight into what it means to be autistic and a teenage girl.

I ask Sarah to explain what autism is, and how it affects girls and boys differently, how the school helps the girls overcome their low self-esteem as many been bullied at their previous school & how the school helps with friendship and empathy challenges with young people as I know that it can often be the greatest anxiety and obsession of all.

https://sueatkinsparentingcoach.com/expertinterviews/sarah-wild/

 

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Don’t Stew – Ask Sue Parenting Q & A

Q. ‘Dear Sue, how do we get a diagnosis for autism? I’m worried about my son’ Elaine Denby from Hull, Yorkshire
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Often the first contact between a family is Child Autism UK when a family is struggling to come to terms with the difficult behaviours a child may have. Child Autism UK provides a helpline that can provide parents in this situation with valuable advice. They offer information to help you make informed decisions about your next steps.

 

 

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