I’ve been to Limboland, I’ve been to Worryville, I’ve roamed Surreal Street on many occasions and the Disbelief District is a regular haunt. These are the many places that you visit as a parent of an ASD girl.
We are parents to a wonderful, bright, nine year old girl who can find everyday life pretty hard. After much turmoil and many challenges and years of trying to get the support she needed, we finally got her ‘diagnosis’ of ASD (Asperger’s
In the years before, during and after our daughter’s ‘diagnosis’, we came to realise that there are very few resources or even charities able to give specific support for families of autistic girls. In Edinburgh, we have come across closed waiting
We chose this name for its double meaning, simple as that. We grew increasingly frustrated with people telling our autistic daughter to ‘colour inside the lines’ when it was simply not possible for her – she wasn’t being naughty or doing it on
Is your daughter also Colouring Outside The Lines?
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