BAPS SEND Blog Awards

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A huge well done to the four PDA related Bloggers who have been nominated for the BAPS (Bloody Awesome Parents) SEND Blogging Awards in the 'Best Newcomer' category. A shortlist of 4 blogs from the full list of nominees will be decided by the judge before going to the public vote from 12th Feb. 

‚ÄčPDA related blogs nominated in the 'Best Newcomer' category and a comment for each for the reason behind the nomination (courtesy of BAPS Blog Awards) are:

Autism with Love

This blog is a lovely mix of awareness-raising and campaigning about the various conditions that affect her family, and funny and heartwarming tales of everyday life with autism. She has built up a following on her blog’s social media through offering helpful advice, inviting guest bloggers to share their experiences and fostering a supportive environment for parent carers.

Mumma Grizzly Bear

Superb! .. such honest, funny, informative, inspirational blog. This lady has an amazing way with words, such a talent. Reading her blogs have encouraged me, uplifted me and given me hope when I’ve felt there was none….. thank you Mummagrizzlybear from the bottom of my heart… keep up your amazing work!

PDA Parenting

She has a rare talent in being able to portray her story and experiences and the emotional impact of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) on her in a way that is entertaining, poignant and sometimes hard hitting. She uses metaphors in her very descriptive and at time harrowing blogs. She informs, educates and raises awareness of PDA and leaves the reader feeling that she has empathy and understanding of those in the same situation.

This Little Boy of Mine

Inspirational to both parents with and without kids with autism, fabulous writing and honesty.


Good luck to all of the nominated bloggers, please show your support for those selected to go to the public vote by remembering to cast your vote.

Many thanks to everyone for their great work in raising awareness about PDA!

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