This blog was written by Chris, a former teacher, who was diagnosed with autism as an adult.
He wrote this to give some advice directly to children growing up on the spectrum.
Each child is unique so some of the advice will be useful, some of it won't.
Chris suggests that a child reads through this with a parent (or trusted adult) to help them decide which parts are useful:
I hope this is helpful.
Thanks a lot for that, Sunflower. As well as the good, and very recognisable, advice on that page, I got sucked in to reading almost all of the blog, and it's consistently well written and lacking in vitriol. The articles about adult autism are spot on too, and his attitude to reducing in-fighting in the autism community, especially between parents and autistic adults is very refreshing to read.
Thanks that's lovely. As an adult rapidly approaching 60 I really like the idea of learning from autistic children and young people. Here's a book I am planning to buy myself: