Embrace is a group for special needs and disabled children, promoting inclusion and
improving life skills and opportunities through clubs, outreach and advocacy

We’ve started to collect and group resources we think may be useful to you and your child

We’d like to give  shout out to Caring 4 Our Kids who has be kind enough to share some of their resources with us! We look forward to working together in the future.

Moving House With Children On The Autism Spectrum

Easy read guide to Covid-19 – from East Sussex County Council

Become an Inclusive Business – from us, Embrace East Sussex

Resources for Military Families

Estate Planning for Parents of Special Needs Kids

Home Modifications for Special Needs Kids

ESesame Street Autism Resources for Parents

Reduce the Noise: Help Loved Ones with Sensory Overload Enjoy Shopping

Academic Accommodation Resources


Teaching children on the autism spectrum how to take medication

Children experiencing sensory overload while trying to take medication can be frustrating for caregivers and the child alike. That’s why we created this guide, which was medically reviewed by our team of pharmacists for safety and accuracy, to provide advice for medication administration. Topics covered include:

  • Special tips for administering pills, liquids, or injections to children with autism
  • Proven techniques to help children with autism learn how to take meds, such as shaping, stimulus fading, positive reinforcement, modelling etc
  • Why children with autism may struggle with ingesting medications

Thanks to Sarah Breckon from Single Care for submitting this information.