How are we doing?

Monique Simpson

Hi everyone,

Hope you had a great Easter break (for those of you who celebrate it).
I certainly appreciated having a bit of time off, even if I did eat a bit too much chocolate. 🙂

Today I wanted to flip things around and hand the microphone over to you, to get your thoughts and feedback on my weekly tips that I’m sending you. surprised

Are you enjoying them?
Should I keep doing them…?

My goal is to help you by sharing my knowledge and years of experience treating children with autism. I know there are many of you out there who don’t have access to autism professionals, so hopefully you’re finding my advice valuable. Even so, I still need to check in with you from time to time to make sure I’m on the right track and to ensure that you’re actually getting some benefit out of it.

So let me start by asking you probably the most important question

What is the single best way I can help you right now?

What do you need or want relating to your child?
What burning questions do you have?
What are your greatest challenges or fears?

and in relation to my Weekly Tips…

Are you finding them helpful, easy to understand, too long or too short?
Would you prefer to receive them more often or less often?
Are there any topics that you’re dying for me to talk about?

Obviously it will be physically impossible for me to respond to everyone individually, but your answers will really help me understand how I can best help you as a group. So I’m hoping you can take a couple of minutes to leave me your feedback on these questions. You can do this at the bottom of the page.

Also please remember…

You’re not alone here. Every single person reading this message has something in common, and by sharing our thoughts and experiences we can go a long way to help each other. Perhaps you have an inspiring story you could share or you’ve just had a major breakthrough with your child. Whatever it is, please feel free to share it with the rest of us!

Please leave your thoughts, questions and comments in the box at the bottom of the page.

Thank you and best wishes
Monique Simpson