3 REASONS WHY SEN PARENTS ARE BETTER EQUIPPED FOR A PANDEMIC

Jamie McCallum While trying to make sense of our new reality, I found myself reminded of when our daughter was born. It was definitely the most significant trial of our lives to date. Rosie has Down’s Syndrome, which came as a great shock to us at the time. Whilst the situations are so very different, Read more about 3 REASONS WHY SEN PARENTS ARE BETTER EQUIPPED FOR A PANDEMIC[…]

Coeliac Disease and Down Syndrome

Today marks the beginning of Coeliac UK’s awareness week, with International Coeliac day on Saturday 16th May.  Did you know that coeliac disease is more common in people with Down Syndrome? Today we thought we’d raise some awareness about coeliac disease and share some advice from our WCAT families who have gone gluten free.  We’ll Read more about Coeliac Disease and Down Syndrome[…]

Our experience with…Toilet Training

Many parents have decided to use the current lockdown as an opportunity to start toilet training their children.  Today, Rachel Shirazi shares her positive experience of toilet training her daughter Ana’el with us.   Toilet training can feel like a daunting task!  Fortunately there are some wonderful resources that can be accessed online to help you Read more about Our experience with…Toilet Training[…]