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Ambitious about Autism family Christmas
  • 12
  • Dec
  • 2018

Neurodiversity and the holidays

Cutest boy ever, language delayed… hard to buy for! We’re approaching our son Percy’s sixth Christmas with a great deal of excitement but if I’m honest, also a degree of uncertainty. Because

Ambitious about Autism Youth Patron Christmas tips
  • 07
  • Dec
  • 2018

Youth Patron Sam Ahern gives her advice for the festive season

“It’s that time of year again. We’ve hit the December/New Year saga which is always a wonderful time of celebration - ‘new year, new me’, what to get this person and that? ‘Are we spending

  • 27
  • Nov
  • 2018

At home with the family: 10 tips for an autism friendly Christmas

Christmas can be an overwhelming time of year for everyone – the intense bright lights, rich food, and blaring Christmas songs are all common features of the festive season. 

But this

Ambitious about Autism Christmas socialising blog
  • 27
  • Nov
  • 2018

Socialising, shopping, and school: 10 tips for an autism friendly Christmas

For children and young people with autism the season can present extra challenges – from the pressure of increased social occasions, busy shops filled with last minute shoppers to changes to

Ambitious about Autism London Marathon fundraisers
  • 27
  • Nov
  • 2018

“If we can, you can.” Charlotte and Aaron’s London Marathon journey

“Autism is too often associated with negatives and a feeling of isolation and non-inclusion, not just for the person with the diagnosis but the whole family. I ran the marathon with my 18 year old

  • 21
  • Nov
  • 2018

The videogame - game changer

Since a young age I have always loved art and technology because it is a good way for me to express my emotions to others. Also I’m a very visual person, so often I find visual mediums easier to

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