Hi I am so sorry I have not been on for a while but I am struggling to cope right now I feel I have to give up my 17yr son is struggling with college and my 13yr old 6 is struggling with her anxiety and depression not sure if she has autism too then there is me i just can't go on things are just going round in circles I have emailed every website I can and some get back to you and say hang on in there are things will get better a don't know how to help my kids anymore I am too tired how do others cope plz advice than you.
I’m looking for some advice, hints/tips in connection with my son point blank refusing to attend school.
My son has attended on the odd day, but he has struggled with this. He has shared support, but not for the full day.
He has communication problems, which adds to his anxiety, as he has others laughing at him, which completely knocks his confidence. He does have an iPad that can speak for him, but is embarrassed to use this, as he’s very well aware that he doesn’t speak the same as the other children.
Well after 7 years, my journey with the OU ended last week, with my last piece of coursework submiited for T885 and my MEng qualification is complete.
My results will be in by July 31st and I'm still hopeful for a career beginning later this year.
Hi everyone could I just ask my 12yr daughter has anxiety and depression we have cyps coming out once a week to help her and have just got home schooling since last Monday they said they would go at my daughters pace as they don't want to make her more anxious but the lady coming has had just 3 sessions upstairs just outside her bedroom but is saying that she is not ment to do it like this she needs to come down I am confused as she was telling me she sat outside another girls bedroom door for a year before she could getc her to come down any advice please.
The Autism Research Centre in Cambridge is looking for volunteers to take part in a new research study. We are running a pilot randomised controlled trial of a speech course aimed to help parents to develop the oral-motor articulation of speech sounds in their child/ren with autism. The course is commercially available on the platform Cambridge Autism Learning (http://cambridgeautismlearning.com/), which is a community interest company jointly owned between Linguisticator and the Autism Research Trust.