ALONE - CONFUSED- CONCERNED - AFRAID If you are the Grandparent of a child who has special needs/disability then you will no doubt have felt at least one of the above at some point. It can be hard discussing this with the parents of your Grandchild, you may feel that they already have enough … Continue reading WELCOME TO SNUG
A personal observation of lock-down Britain. Written with tongue very firmly in cheek!
This month we shine the spotlight on Voice For Change, Staffordshire UK. My 'virtual' conversation was with it's founder Donna Kelso who has kindly agreed to tell us more about the group she founded and the work it does. Hello Donna, thank you for agreeing to tell us a bit more about the work you … Continue reading In the spotlight ……VOICE FOR CHANGE
Recently I asked SNUG members how their lives had been affected just lately by the Coronavirus Pandemic. Here is one members story as they deal with self isolation after arriving back from France ..................
Here in the UK we have almost finished the first week of partial lock-down. I recently posted on our SNUG Facebook page what a typical day was like for me at the moment and asked other members to do the same. Here is my post followed by some excerpts from others:-
I was hoping that I wouldn't really have to write about this subject. Like many others a few weeks ago, despite the warning signs from other countries I had wrongly assumed that this would all blow over shortly and our lives would continue as before.
We tend to take speech for granted don't we? We don't think about the complexity involved in making those certain sounds which eventually form words. We don't consciously thing about the way the mouth has to move to form these sounds and the tongue and the lips.
Our Spotlight this month is focused on a very unique idea by the Mother of a son with Cerebral Palsy
When talking about 'fully inclusive' toilets you just mean the usual toilets marked up for the disabled...right? WRONG!
In these blogs we aim to shine the spotlight on various charities, support groups etc., and the people who work for them.
Grandmother Sharon's continuing story about her Grandchildren who have Autism