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Check out our new online community at Scope. Join in the conversation with other parents and carers and swap practical tips and ideas about learning disabilities and autism.

Our forums have moved! You will find them in our new online community at Scope. Join in the conversation with other parents and carers and swap practical tips and ideas about learning disabilities and autism - See more at: http://www.netbuddy.org.uk/#sthash.9E0ZHyZL.dpuf
Our forums have moved! You will find them in our new online community at Scope. Join in the conversation with other parents and carers and swap practical tips and ideas about learning disabilities and autism - See more at: http://www.netbuddy.org.uk/#sthash.9E0ZHyZL.dpuf
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  • Happy stuff

    I carry teddy bears around with me if I worry going out with people, or I'm feeling sad worried or angry and it helps me stay happy. Photo books, toys, teddy bears for me. Cartoons, CD DVDs films movies. Happy stuff

  • Special photo

    I sleep with my special photo, then if at night when I'm not as comfortable around the staff or not happy in my self then I sleep with the picture of people who I am happy around. 

  • You can ring my bell

    When the little boy I look after got a bit too grown up for a baby monitor, but still needed help sometimes at night, I got him a wireless doorbell to use to call me.

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