Lis’n Tell – some parents’ perspectives

Lis'n Tell some parents perspectives

“You made my two boys smile today…they hardly ever smile”
Mother of 2 boys with Autism at The V and A Museum of Childhood

“So I began telling the story ….He was rapt. It was incredible – as if I had cast a spell on him!”
Mother of a 4 year old child with autism, following Lis’n Tell Part 1

Buxton Children’s Festival:
“Why can’t all storytelling be like this? Totally inclusive!”
Parent of a boy with Down’s Syndrome ”…

“Our son interacted with the storyteller and spoke – which is a rare occurrence. We are thrilled that our son was offered this chance to take part…”.
Parents of a sixteen year old boy with autism

“Well, I couldn’t be more chuffed. Last night our boy came home, sat his Dad and brother down, and told them a story…he’s never done that in his life before!”
Mother of 8 year old with semantic pragmatic problems after first day on Lis’n Tell summer workshop week, Redcar, Teesside.