Winners

BAPS Award Winners 2017

Congratulations to all of our 2017 winners. Make sure you check out their brilliant blogs and for real life stories, support and information.

The Truth About SEND

Don’t Be Sorry – Sarah Roberts @dontbesorry2

This is Oscar. He’s my son. He also happens to have Down Syndrome. I know I am only one voice but I figure it’s time to diminish any misconceptions or prejudices about Down Syndrome, that we might have…

Newcomer

Joseph and His Amazing Spectrum Coat – Tina Medlock @JosephSpectrum

My name is Tina and I am the Mum of Joseph who is now 8 and had a diagnosis of autism aged 3 and we live in South Yorkshire. I have tried to chart our journey and my feelings from the time he was diagnosed to the present time.

Campaigning for Change

Mum On A Mission – Laura Moore @MumsMissions

When my son William was born, my world changed forever, as it would do when your first baby arrives. But for me it was a change full of more ups and downs than the average new Mum. Because at 4 days old William was diagnosed with brain damage, a diagnosis changed everything.

Promoting Positive Perception

Don’t Be Sorry – Sarah Roberts @dontbesorry2

This is Oscar. He’s my son. He also happens to have Down Syndrome. I know I am only one voice but I figure it’s time to diminish any misconceptions or prejudices about Down Syndrome, that we might have…

SEND With a Side Dish of Humour

Stories About Autism – James Hunt @stories_autism

Hi, I’m James, and I’m lucky enough to be the dad of the two main characters of this blog, Jude and Tommy. Both of my sons are autistic, and it is our stories that I will be sharing with you.

Practical Support for Families

PDA Society @PDASociety

Support, advice and information to anyone involved with an individual diagnosed with PDA, a pervasive developmental disorder related to autism.