Angela Stanfield started up DottyWobble after parents and teachers started requesting the resources and the communication system she had set up for her own autistic son. When her son started at his local mainstream school although he had teacher aide support he was able to follow a work schedule, write his name, knew his alphabet upper and lowercase, numbers 1-10, basic colours and could draw a stick figure. His language skills were very limited but he had a folder full of visuals and a communication board.
Based on her experience, Angela is now offering help to parents who are wanting to use visuals to support their child’s communication needs and learning. Check out her website DottyWobble to see how she could help you.