Great special needs stories, blogs and a cute dog too

For the first time this week, I'm alone in the house, apart from Leo the Labradoodle, currently sulking because he had to have a bath after rolling in something revolting. I haven't told him yet it's his anti-flea treatment day too, which he's also not keen on. Everyone but me has had the flu (man flu of course). As a registered carer, my GP gives me a free flu jab so I have managed to avoid it. This is just as well as I'm flat out preparing for the main launch of  DysNet, the new network for people affected by limb differences for which I'm PR & Community Manager.

And so, exhausted, I bring you my weekly round up of recommended special needs stories and blogs that I've seen this week. It just remains to say a huge thanks to all who voted for me in the BritMums awards, because I'm now going to have to find a nice frock as SNJ has been chosen as a finalist!

Tania Tirraoro
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Norman

Hi. Just asking. You write “Now, it is obviously true that just because a child is not top of the school class, or even at the middle, that they have SEN.” Did you mean to write “It is obviously not true …” or is it me who is misreading?

Special Needs Mum

I think it might be you.. though it is a bit clunky, so I’ve made it clearer. Thanks for your comment.