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This is the gorgeous family of Ana, Nathaniel, Luca and Jude. In Best magazine this week, Ana explains how her twins, Luca and Jude, have autism. The condition has left the children in two silent worlds, frustrated yet unable to communicate. And so the lovely Ana found ways into their worlds. It’s a poignant story of determination and gentle patience, as Ana learns to understand what autism means for both of the boys and how she can help them help themselves in the overwhelming worlds they find themselves in.

Ana has contributed to a book written by a compilation of mums who have all been through a lot and overcome challenging circumstances. Mumpreneur on Fire can be found here. 

Catch her in Best now!

willcockwendybest-largeThis gorgeous open letter comes from mum Wendy to her beautiful daughter Abbie, who has autism and sees the world in a unique way. Worried that she is ‘different’ and longing to be ‘normal’, Abbie often confides in her mum that she wishes she didn’t have autism. But Wendy sees her daughter’s super-power. She sees Abbie’s view of the world as a beautiful rarity that the rest of us are missing out on and in this letter, you can really see the protective and adorable bond between mother and daughter.

Out in this week’s Best.

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Charlie and Sara on This Morning

Charlie and Sara on This Morning

We’re really, really proud of our interviewees on today’s This Morning. Sara and her 11 year old daughter took to the sofa to talk about mental health in children and did an incredible job. Sara started the interview with Eamon and Ruth on her own, before Charlie joins in half way through. It’s been a tough few years for Charlie – at seven she was suicidal and mum Sara found her in the kitchen with a knife to her wrists. Now, she’s a beautiful, happy, confident 11 year old with the world at her feet.
Watching the interview I am touched by the dynamic and trust between Sara and Charlie – you can see they’ve been through a lot together and respect each other so much.

We’ve sold Sara’s story to the Mirror too, but going on TV is a whole other ball game so well done you two, you did us proud!

Catch their interview here: http://www.itv.com/thismorning