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‘6 STEPS TO GET YOUR CHILD TO SMILE AND GET THE FAMILY LIFE YOU’VE ALWAYS DREAMED OF’
* Importance of Routine
* Take Small Steps for Every Task
* Teach the Language of Emotions
* Be Prepared for Bad Days
* Set Clear Expectations and Rules
* Keep Your Child Active and Give Back Control
Soli is an Asst SENCO and fully qualified teacher with some 30 years experience; specialising in Inclusion, ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, Developmental Delay, Communication and Learning Difficulties, Down’s Syndrome and Dyslexia. She has a senior role in a London mainstream primary school and has attended courses, workshops and has herself run training and planning sessions. She is very happily married to Steven with two grown-up children. Her son has ADHD. As an aside, her real name is Suzanne but she was given the nickname Soli (from the French soleil) in her teens for her positive, sunny outlook on life – hence Yellow Sun!
Soli has many years of experience as our Inclusion Teacher. Our children, staff and parents love and respect her for the way that she strives to provide the very best so each child can reach their personal potential and be included. She understands and takes into account individual needs and is very knowledgeable. No challenge is too daunting!Lindy
I decided to invest in the services of yellow Sun as I was a despairing parent of a 10 year old with challenging behaviour who had not bee to school for 8 weeks.
Services provided by NHS were unsuccessful and there seemed to be no light at the end of a dark tunnel.
The service that I received from Soli at Yellow Sun right from initial contact was caring, personal but professional and most importantly she was extremely skilled and talented.
Within TWO DAYS, my daughter was back at school part time and back full time within ONE WEEK.
I was provided with lots of parenting tips which are effective and non patronising.
She can help with really practical advice and had knowledge of areas that are hard to access.