We recently had the opportunity to meet families and professionals at the ASSERT Angelman Syndrome Support Education and Research Trust conference and exhibition as they met to discuss new research into the condition and family support.
It could be you’ve never heard of the condition; I hadn’t before meeting parents and joining the very active Facebook Group Angelman Syndrome UK. If you would like to learn more then this blog posting ‘Angelman Syndrome Conference‘ will help as well as give you links to more information.
We had been invited to the exhibition to demonstrate special needs toys, sensory light and sound toys and iPad switches.
And, for some fun, we ran a prize draw for a Despicable Me Talking Minion Stuart; even though most parents must have been driven minion-mad by now. But, if somehow, all the excitement has all passed you by and you absolutely need to know what a Minion is and does, read this blog ‘switch adapted toys – Despicable Me Talking Minions.
Then read the mail Hana sent us when her son Dan received Despicable Me Talking Minion Stuart a few days later.