Wellbeing: You Don’t Have to be ‘Perfect’. This article from Christmas is also relevant to how changes in routines at school and at home this Easter time can impact the Neurodiverse.

For the neurodivergent, occasions such as Christmas and Easter, as well as other times when there are changes in routine at school or at home, can mean an overload of the senses impacting social, emotional and cognitive wellbeing. The following article by HWDA President, Katrina Kear-Wood, provides an insight into understanding how this affects young learners and offers strategies to help them cope.

You don’t have to be ‘perfect’ this Christmas.pdf