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Rainbows are too beautiful is a parenting blog that provides stories and information to parents with a particular focus on parents of children with autism or special educational needs. It also aims to raise awareness, understanding and acceptance of disabilities and additional needs and support families and children through fun activities, connecting stories, opinion and information.
The site has thousands of hits each month, a DA of 37 and is in the Top 3% of parenting blogs in the UK.
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I'm Ann. I started my career doing PR and marketing for charities and associations then turned my hand to teaching my profession shortly after having our first child. Since then I've morphed into a full time mum and part time college teacher and writer. I'm a regular contributor in several newspapers, online publications and charity blogs.
I blog at Rainbows are too beautiful. Here I share positive thoughts, ideas and experiences of life with my autistic and neurotypical three kids and our greater family. Our children also have diagnoses of ADHD, hypermobility, SPD, dyspraxia, anxiety and sleep issues.
I am active member of my local SEND community, trustee of local charities and speak at conferences and consultations.
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