Horse riding and home education

Since moving to Bedfordshire, I am finding so much inclusive activities for Layla and the people are just so friendly and helpful. This is Bedford Disabled Horse Riding Association and my heart just swelled!






I didn’t tell Layla until this morning as I didn’t want her getting hyper and was not sure how she would be once we got there. But she absolutely loved it and its moments like this that I live for ❤️


Seeing my daughter happy, gaining confidence, believing in herself and living in the moment. Home education means no waiting list, no restrictions and learning life skills which I believe is fundamental for Layla in order for her to be semi-independent as an adult.


Here she is learning to listen, follow instructions and be others that are different.



Check out my book: Layla’s Life, My Words which is about ‘invisible disabilities’ and home-educating her.


https://www.amazon.co.uk/Laylas-Life-My-Words-Spectrum/dp/1716418933/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Layla+life+my+words&qid=1615133120&s=books&sr=1-1


https://www.lulu.com/search?adult_audience_rating=00&page=1&pageSize=10&q=Layla%27s+Life%2C+My+Words


As Chris Britten, the head of the biggest SEN school in Britain tweeted- If there was ever a book for us all in schools to read it’s this one. A salutary lesson in listening to parents.


My social media accounts below for blogs I write on invisible disabilities

https://linktr.ee/shushmajain

https://www.facebook.com/fasdparent

https://instagram.com/laylaslife_mywords


My blogging page:

https://www.facebook.com/letstalkaboutaboosubjects

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