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By: Sophie Britton Tracey Britton

I Feel Different, Mummy

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Sophie is a little girl awaiting a diagnosis of autism.She finds social situations and friendships difficult and sees the world as a loud, bright, scary place.Her mummy is an occupational therapist and knows about ways of helping Sophie to calm her down and help her.With this help, she is able to make changes that help her, and her ‘different ways’ are turned into something positive.

Tracey Britton is an occupational therapist working with adults with learning difficulties. She has sensory integration training which has been helpful following the diagnosis of autism for her daughter, Sophie. She is also the proud mother of Aimee and twins, Logan and Caleb.

Sophie is now 23 and had found additional techniques to help her manage life and difficult times and she often supports other people with a diagnosis of autism.

Tracey Britton is an occupational therapist working with adults with learning difficulties. She has sensory integration training which has been helpful following the diagnosis of autism for her daughter, Sophie. She is also the proud mother of Aimee and twins, Logan and Caleb.

Sophie is now 23 and had found additional techniques to help her manage life and difficult times and she often supports other people with a diagnosis of autism.

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  • Paula Neesam

    This is a good story to help bring on discussions about autism. It is a story of a young girl who finds social situations, friendship and the world around her, loud, bright and scary.
    Through the support of her mum, people start to listen and understand. Which as a mum with 2 children with special needs is a battle in itself. Sophie learns that there is nothing wrong with different, those around learn to adapt, Sophie finds ways to cope.
    This story is told through rhyme and inspired by her own daughter.

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