As Written By Her Mum Christine Robinson Twinkle. Edited by Kenneth Ingram. 2nd September First day back! – it went well yay … As predicted Amber waited till she got back to mine to release her stress. I got a few digs in the arm, tears and a
1 June Google search Amber’s Autism Awareness and Amber’s pic comes up first as well as loads of our other stuff! There is more than one campaign with the same name so thanks to all the interaction and blogs my princess is top! Quote from Ken. We are doing something
Amber’s Autism Awareness Latest Diaries. 19th April Amber was super empathetic today – first while her cousin was upset after a happening with her other cousin, Amber watched intently when they were being asked what had happened, she didn’t much like Carly being upset so moved closer and then stood
Got permission from Christine Robinson Twinkle to add this (Amber’s Mum) to Amber’s Autism diary. Very Emotional diary. I have put this in isolation to other Daily Diary’s. This one day sums up what its like to be Christine, Amber and her family. Quote above by Kenneth Ingram March 2014.
The phrase that’s often coined to describe Autism and other disabilities is “hidden” or “invisible”. This is basically due to the fact that the sense most of us use first, cannot detect it and that’s our sight. I can speak from experience in this case, having arthritis I can be
Everyday autism – Amber isn’t able to realise when something is harmful to her. Today for example she was eating her dinner; a slip of concentration by myself meant she put too much food in her mouth resulting in her almost choking. This is something we have to watch
A day to day diary and Facebook postings of Amber’s page. It’s just gone Mental Health awareness week. So it’s as good as a reason as ever to bring this in front of people’s minds. Amber is a beautiful 6 year old Girl and is Autistic. Christine her Mum has