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Squawky's Musical Makaton: Weekly accessible music workshops

Tue 02 Mar 2021 5:01pm

Hi everyone!   

My name is Bradley and I'm an opera singer and I work for English Touring Opera.    On Friday 12th March at 10am we start a new 8 week series of music workshops for children with SEND called SQUAWKY'S MUSICAL MAKATON

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I need a second opinion on my autism assessment

Fri 19 Feb 2021 9:54am
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Hi, I had an autism assessment on Monday and it didn't go well. I don't agree with the outcome and I'd like to know what I do about getting a second opinion. 

Parents who have ASD

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Parents who have ASD

Tue 02 Feb 2021 12:42pm
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Hello everyone,

Life is tough in lockdown and I wondered if anyone has any tips about parenting when you have ASD. 

I have a 4 year old and I struggle to want to play with him sometimes. 

When we do play, I get lost in thought and can't really get stuck in.

Can anyone relate? How do you work around this?

 

Introduction

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Introduction

Thu 21 Jan 2021 7:59pm

Hello everyone and thank you for admitting me into your forum.

I am a grandad to two young boys, father to two beautiful daughters and husband to a very long suffering wonderful wife. I am nearly retired, now only working occationally, so I am spending a lot more time with my wife, who still works 3 days a week but with Covid, most of that is working from home.

We have had problems in our relationship for years, because of my lack of feelings, but it is now getting worse...

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