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Thanks to Michelle Jones for sending us this amazing poem. I am a parent with ADHD My house runs a little differently. It's full of laughter, love and mess, Come in, I'm trying my best. Just seems full of dishes and clothes And mess - when I got distracted as My boy...
Well, that’s it. The school summer holidays are finally over and everyone is back at school. Many children take this in their stride. Many children are a little anxious but, being keen to see their mates, soon settle into the term time routine. Some children struggle...
My story started in March 2005 when I gave birth to my son Kyle. I adjusted to parenthood easily having worked with children for over 10 years as a Nursery Nurse and a Teaching Assistant.
I am a Mum of two amazing (often misunderstood) boys. My eldest who is 9 years old is diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum combined with ADHD. My youngest is 8 and is also diagnosed with ADHD. Since becoming a Mum I have learnt so much more about unconditional love than I knew was possible, but I think having boys with additional needs has taught me a little something extra.