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Being Bettina’s Mum: Are you #BettinaReady?

Being #BettinaReady means taking ownership of being prepared without making it someone else’s priority/task.  It is also quite reassuring to be ready on time and equipped and ready to roll. 

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Leadership pack (October)

If there is a theme to this month’s edition I think it is ‘Resilience’.  I have been inspired this month by a recent Resilience workshop delivered by Damian Piper from Effective Challenge.

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Being Bettina’s Mum: Why not me, why not you?

No matter what we face in life, we all have a choice on how we handle it. 

Being Bettina’s Mum & Dad: Ogres of Optimism

Over the years we have nudged many professionals working with Bettina out of their comfort zones by persuading them to take risks and push Bettina’s knowledge and skills forward, on the basis that until we do this we will not know what she is capable of achieving.

Bettina’s 2016 year in pictures

With thanks to all those who have liked read our ‘Being Bettina’s Dad’ series on the blog and twitter.

Being Bettina’s Mum & Dad: Discovery & Endurance

For Steve and me, it has been good to revisit some of the earlier days with Bettina, especially as time goes by so quickly you tend to forget some of the achievements and some of the forks in the road you have to take.

Being Bettina’s Mum and Dad: A Christmas Tale

Bettina is absolutely mesmerised by Christmas! We call it “her time of the year” because for Bettina, Christmas lights her up as bright as any tree.

Leadership pack (March)

This month’s quotes have been taken from my wife’s @JoyceRaw1 twitter feed – thanks Joyce. I am also on Twitter: @DoshLtd sharing leadership thoughts at 7am, 7 days a week. I welcome new followers!

Joyce - being Bettina's mum

Being Bettina’s Mum: Care to Communicate?

Being Bettina’s Mum has presented many challenges over the years, but especially so when Bettina was a young child. At its height, Bettina’s autism was laced with difficulty down to her having a severe, and quite complex, communication disorder.

Being Bettina’s Mum: Moving forward into supported employment

Those of you who regularly read Steve’s Blog posts will know that he has introduced a series of experiences based on “Being Bettina’s Dad”.  Well, not to be outdone, I hope to be able to produce a series based on “Being Bettina’s Mum”….not that we are a competitive family at all! Having already written about… Read More ›

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