I’m constantly on the look out for useful resources to help with my son’s special needs. I’ve recently purchased disco lights for the bath, as my son finds having a bath incredibly hard at the best of times, a sensory black-out tent and a bag of sensory goodies to take with us when we do manage to go out.
Recently, I was recommended the following site for training and resources.
Any other sites or resources gladly received and will be shared if I think they might be useful.
Thank-you to caring4our kids https://anonymouslyautistic.net/tag/caring4ourkids/ for the suggested websites below. The site itself has some really interesting and useful links and I would recommend checking it out. I’ve found the articles on anxiety particularly interesting.
Autism Resources for Families
Sesame Street Autism Resources for Parents
Reduce the Noise: Help Loved Ones with Sensory Overload Enjoy Shopping
CDC Autism Links and Resources
Operation Autism for Military Families
Academic Accommodation Resources
Temple Grandin’s Teaching Tips
Estate Planning for Parents of Kids with Autism
Another recently discovered website is MyGrants.co.uk. This website is easy to navigate and includes a whole range of useful grants for disabled adults and children. I have used Family Fund to buy sensory equipment for my son but was unaware of many of the other grants listed here. There are some great links, all easy to follow – wish I’d found this site sooner.