Changes to PIP. 

National autistic society calls on government to halt its proposed changes to PIP. 


Cineworld autism friendly screening. 

The next screening will be the LEGO Batman movie on Sunday 5th march.  Cineworld autism friendly screening. 

The autism show.

I'm going to be attending the Autism show this year, (see here for more details). Two of the workshops that I'm particularly interested in are  Lego therapy  LEGO® Therapy has become increasingly popular over recent years and has been shown to benefit autistic children and young people by improving language development, social interaction and fine motor skills.... Continue Reading →


I found Light Hearts UK on twitter. (@LightHeartsUK)  They have a free 10 week online course for sufferers of depression and anxiety. I've had a look and it looks really good. I've actually signed up for it.  There's more information here. 

Bristol pink card. 

You can get a Pink card from Bristol City Council by adding your child to the Disabled Child Register. You can use it as proof of disability and to get a carer’s discount at many local attractions. You do not need a diagnosis to get a Pink Card, and it generally arrives within a week. Click... Continue Reading →

Having your say.

Every week on Having your say I'll be featuring a post written by a reader, if you'd like to have your say email me at This week Sophie writes about taking on the DLA and winning.

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