Spectrum Bloggers Newsletter 2nd June

Hello again! I’m almost back on track with Spectrum Bloggers Network and the things I needed to do. There is a massive list this week of blogs that cover all of the spectrum. I’m also starting to step up advertising for other bloggers to join us once again, so please feel free to spread the word!

We’ve been discussing on the Facebook page how difficult it is for me to link all the latest blogs every week! One suggestion is that blog posts are nominated each week (though not nominating your own blog) so that we are all checking out each others pages. If all nominations came in by the end of the week, there could potentially be a vote for the top 10 blogs that week to feature in the newsletter. It would also potentially make it easier for handing out a ‘blog of the month’ award based on which blogs have sparked the most interest and again making my job easier and for your blogs to gain higher readership. Any thoughts on this idea? 

There will be a new Topic Tuesday tomorrow, so keep your eyes peeled, and I will also link to all the blogs that featured in the last one within that post.

We have our first vlog on here (that’s video blog) which I am more than happy to welcome to the page. Vlogging is just as valid and worth promoting on our network as blogging (especially for those who struggle with reading and writing skills). Here are the list of the latest blogs added to the Network:

ADD/ADHD
Bloggers with:

  • Diverse Learners – http://Diverse-learners.co.uk/blog
    ‘The whole team at Diverse-Learners have experienced: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADD, ASD and/or mental health issues personally and within their family. This is a collection of thoughts and experiences from the team and students at Diverse-Learners.’
  • Me, Myself and PDA – http://memyselfandpda.com
    ‘I’m an adult with a diagnosis of ADHD and also Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) and psychotic episodes. Follow my random ramblings and help raise awareness. :)’
  • My tips and techniques blog – http://needtosay.weebly.com
    ‘Monique writes top tips blogs in order to help people like her achieve their full potential in life.’

Support blogs for:

  • Geniuswithin blog – http://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/blog
    ‘Strategies to support neuro diversity in a wide range of topics, written by an experienced strategy coach.’

Asperger Syndrome
Bloggers with:

  • My tips and techniques blog – http://needtosay.weebly.com
    ‘Monique writes top tips blogs in order to help people like her achieve their full potential in life.’

Support blogs for:

  • Geniuswithin blog – http://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/blog
    ‘Strategies to support neuro diversity in a wide range of topics, written by an experienced strategy coach.’

Autism
Bloggers with:

  • Diverse Learners – http://Diverse-learners.co.uk/blog
    ‘The whole team at Diverse-Learners have experienced: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADD, ASD and/or mental health issues personally and within their family. This is a collection of thoughts and experiences from the team and students at Diverse-Learners.’
  • My tips and techniques blog – http://needtosay.weebly.com
    ‘Monique writes top tips blogs in order to help people like her achieve their full potential in life.’

Parents of:

  • Taking it a Step at a Time – Autism – http://takestep.wordpress.com
    ‘Proud Mom to a 23 year old son with Autism. There was no “spectrum” when he was diagnosed at age 4 (after a 3 year battle to get a diagnosis) it was just Autism. Nowadays I suppose his particular brand of Autism would be described as “Classic Autism“‘

Support blogs for:

  • Geniuswithin blog – http://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/blog
    ‘Strategies to support neuro diversity in a wide range of topics, written by an experienced strategy coach.’

Dyscalculia
Bloggers with:

  • My tips and techniques blog – http://needtosay.weebly.com
    ‘Monique writes top tips blogs in order to help people like her achieve their full potential in life.’

Support blogs for:

  • Geniuswithin blog – http://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/blog
    ‘Strategies to support neuro diversity in a wide range of topics, written by an experienced strategy coach.’

Dysgraphia
Bloggers with:

  • My tips and techniques blog – http://needtosay.weebly.com
    ‘Monique writes top tips blogs in order to help people like her achieve their full potential in life.’

Support blogs for:

  • Geniuswithin blog – http://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/blog
    ‘Strategies to support neuro diversity in a wide range of topics, written by an experienced strategy coach.’

Dyslexia
Bloggers with:

  • Diverse Learners – http://Diverse-learners.co.uk/blog
    ‘The whole team at Diverse-Learners have experienced: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADD, ASD and/or mental health issues personally and within their family. This is a collection of thoughts and experiences from the team and students at Diverse-Learners.’
  • My tips and techniques blog – http://needtosay.weebly.com
    ‘Monique writes top tips blogs in order to help people like her achieve their full potential in life.’

Support blogs for:

  • Geniuswithin blog – http://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/blog
    ‘Strategies to support neuro diversity in a wide range of topics, written by an experienced strategy coach.’
  • Turning Around Dyslexia – http://turningarounddyslexia.com
    ‘The goal of my blog is to share about the successful strategies I use w/my students. Also, I search and provide & link to the best solid LD sources, websites & research for easy access. Dyslexia Awareness is important in our country to help change the direction & lives of children with Dyslexia or other language-based LD toward a future of success & self-confidence in reaching their potential.’

Dyspraxia
Bloggers with:

  • Diverse Learners – http://Diverse-learners.co.uk/blog
    ‘The whole team at Diverse-Learners have experienced: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADD, ASD and/or mental health issues personally and within their family. This is a collection of thoughts and experiences from the team and students at Diverse-Learners.’
  • Dyspraxia tips for adults – http://www.youtube.com/diverselearners
    ‘I vlog with my 17 year old daughter about our experiences of dyspraxia. Offering tips, hints, positivity and laughs.’
  • My tips and techniques blog – http://needtosay.weebly.com
    ‘Monique writes top tips blogs in order to help people like her achieve their full potential in life.’

Support blogs for:

  • Geniuswithin blog – http://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/blog
    ‘Strategies to support neuro diversity in a wide range of topics, written by an experienced strategy coach.’

Irlen Syndrome
Bloggers with:

  • My tips and techniques blog – http://needtosay.weebly.com
    ‘Monique writes top tips blogs in order to help people like her achieve their full potential in life.’

Support blogs for:

  • Geniuswithin blog – http://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/blog
    ‘Strategies to support neuro diversity in a wide range of topics, written by an experienced strategy coach.’

Pathological Demand Avoidance
Bloggers with:

  • Me, Myself and PDA – http://memyselfandpda.com
    ‘I’m an adult with a diagnosis of ADHD and also Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) and psychotic episodes. Follow my random ramblings and help raise awareness. :)’
  • My tips and techniques blog – http://needtosay.weebly.com
    ‘Monique writes top tips blogs in order to help people like her achieve their full potential in life.’

Support blogs for:

  • Geniuswithin blog – http://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/blog
    ‘Strategies to support neuro diversity in a wide range of topics, written by an experienced strategy coach.’

Sensory Processing Disorder
Bloggers with:

  • My tips and techniques blog – http://needtosay.weebly.com
    ‘Monique writes top tips blogs in order to help people like her achieve their full potential in life.’

Support blogs for:

  • Geniuswithin blog – http://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/blog
    ‘Strategies to support neuro diversity in a wide range of topics, written by an experienced strategy coach.’

I apologise once again for the little bit of chaos the last few weeks, but hopefully things will run a little bit smoother now!

Thanks for your continued support.
Hannah

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