Parenting is never easy. The pressure that society puts on parents and children is stressful. but when your child is #ActuallyAutistic that stress can be overwhelming, for your child and you. Especially in times of crisis. But it does not have to be. There is another way.
In these times of uncertainty, it is more than our gardens that need our love, attention, and tender loving care. Our children desperately need understanding, acceptance, unconditional love, and respect now more than ever.
North Ireland has announced that schools may be shut for weeks or months due to the #coronavirus. Some parents may be panicking. After all, summer holidays are ‘bad’ enough. No worries, some thoughts from a #homeed #Mom about how to keep everyone happy during a time of #socialdistancing and #selfisolation.
It is a topic of much discussion in our @HomeCrazzyHome and one which I have given lots of thought lately.
Leaving the house, even to do things that you love can be challenging when you are autistic.
#RadiCoolUnschooling when even a decent night’s sleep becomes a life lesson and skill in good #DecisionMaking at #HomeCrazzyHome.