Posts by catherine


Saturday football fun with the Mighty Reds!     This weekend, our family along with two other families were lucky enough to be part of the Saturday Match Day experience at Middlesbrough’s Riverside Stadium courtesy of Autism Parents Together and Remembering Rebecca. Football is something that the boys enjoy yet I am aware that for different reasons both boys would struggle to tolerate being sat for a full 90-minutes watching...

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Sometimes it may feel like life is a constant battle of negativity… The light at the end of the tunnel is dim and having the energy or self-belief to keep on going seems like an unbearable task.  For some, the mountain is too steep to climb and staring up at what lies ahead can leave people feeling tired, deflated with no energy reserve! Personally, when I am having a bit of a wobble, I always find myself drawn to the skyline....

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Thursday I ventured to London for a couple of nights with work… Through sheer willpower and not wanted to be defeated, I managed to navigate myself around London, from Kings Cross Station, onto the underground to Oxford Street.  I came up the steps out onto the crossroads of Oxford Street Circus just as the main Christmas lights were being turned on.     I had no idea this would be taking place and had I prior warning,...

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Thinking ahead for the new school year!     Five weeks into the new school year, children and young people around the country will hopefully now be settling back into the swing of things.  Some having gone into full time school or starting out at Secondary, other’s reaching their final years in school, preparing for either SAT’S or GCSE Examinations.     Regardless of where a child may be in terms of...

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On Friday 27th July, Crathorne Hall Hotel opened it’s doors to welcome guests attending Sunflower Cognitive Therapies Limited, ‘Sunflower Charity Ball’            The evening began… It was lovely to see so many familiar faces, whilst offer a warm welcome and put a name to a face of guests I had the pleasure of speaking to via Social Media or through email leading up to the event.  All of whom had come...

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