Merry Christmas from Special Needs Jungle

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We've had a busy year at SNJ in 2015 and we just wanted to wish you all a happy Christmas and say thank you for your support in commenting here and on our Facebook page and on Twitter  - your feedback really does make it worthwhile.

Writing SNJ is a labour of love, but we're hoping next year to find some sponsorship and to have an advertising page solely for products and services you can use, to help us fund the website and so we can devlote even more time to it. Contact us about this at

We're hoping to have a Top 10 highlights of 2015 post between Christmas and New Year, but that's if anyone has the time between eating, drinking, sleeping and clearing up after the young 'uns have left their trails of destruction everywhere.

In the meantime, we'd like to say a public thanks to everyone who has written for us this year, especially our columnists, Helen & Elizabeth (SpeechBlogUK), Hayley (DownssideUp), @AspieDeLaZouch, Malcolm Reeve, Renata Blower (JustBring The Chocolate), MrBoosMum, Marguerite Haye, Emily Muir (Genetic Alliance UK) and Charlie Mead.

Have a wonderful, fun-filled, loving Christmas whatever the challenges you face - we certainly hope to!

Merry Christmas

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  • Dusking Mill Trust
  • Books SNJ recommends

Some holiday reading: Our posts from 2015



Tania Tirraoro

Founder, CEO at Special Needs Jungle
Founder of Special Needs Jungle. Parent of two young adults with autism. Tania is a member of the Whole School SEND Expert Reference Group for SEND Leadership, the Ofsted SEND Inspections Stakeholders Group, and sits on the Advisory Board of the Royal Holloway, University of London Centre of Gene and Cell Therapy.
She is also an experienced broadcast and print journalist & author. Tania also runs a PR, web & social media consultancy, SocialOro Media. She is a Rare Disease & chronic pain patient advocate with Ehlers Danlos syndrome.
Tania Tirraoro

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