Getting ready to go back to school? try a little C.A.L.L.M.

Happy in School

I’ve been busy putting my ideas and experience into a number of articles during lockdown: pieces to help with home-learning, to combat boredom and more recently to help ease parents and teachers back into the school world, even though we don’t really know what that will look like.

It’s a nerve-wracking time for teachers, parents and children and we are all going to have to dig deep to quell feelings of anxiety induced overwhelm. We’ve all experienced a crisis-level event, with quite a few of us experiencing grief and loss, which means going back into a world that feels scary and unknown. It’s a particular concern to parents, as part of raising kids is for them to feel confident in themselves and their surroundings.

Regular meditative practice, keeps emotions within manageable levels

The benefits of using calming and meditative techniques to slow down the heart rate and the body’s stress…

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My name is Nathan Young. I'm the founder of the Autism Candles project. I am a self-advocate. The candle project exist to make a statement about inclusion and opportunity. My email is Feel free to contact me.


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