BAPS Awards – Nominations – The Truth about SEND

We are delighted with the response we have received for our BAPS SEND parent blogger awards.

On Monday 13 Feb, we will be sharing the top four of each category for you to vote for your favourite.

Blogging can feel so lonely as you sit at the keyboard and wondering, as you press publish, who is reading your posts and do they make a difference.  So, we thought all the blogs nominated deserved a mention. We wanted them to know that families like what they do and have taken the time to nominate them.

BAPS Nominations - The Truth about SENDNominations – The Truth about SEND

Alex Davey – The Long Chain

Alice Hassall – Life as Alice

Alice Soule – Living with a Jude

Alison Bloomer – Complicated Gorgeousness

Alison Parr – The Wrong Kind of Snow

Ann Hickman – Rainbows are too Beautiful

Annie – My kid loves Broccoli

Candi O’Reilly – Often called Cathy

Cara Devaney – Lyla’s Angels

Carly White Force of Nature 21

Cathy Porter – Clearly Nurturing

Catie – Diary of an imperfect mum

Danielle Duggins –Someone’s Mum

Elizabeth Dimelow – Are you Kiddingney

Emma murphy  Little Mama Murphy

Emma Yeoman       Our Autism Blog

Eva Oliver – The Critical Thought

Felicity Goodhall – Tyger Bear and Me

Gina Potter – Skint Momma

Hana Young   – Mama Unexpected

Heather Kirn Lanier – Star in her Eye

Helen Tweedale Needham  – Life with ASD and the Rest

James Hunt – Stories about Autism

Jane Scott – The Wrong Kind of Snow

Jeanette Cripps – Autism Mumma

Jess – Diary of a Mom

Jo Cooksey  First Time Valley Mam

Jo Henley – Ojo’s World

Jodie Eaton – Autism with Lots of Love and Affection

Just Connie – Just Connie

Kate McDonagh – If you Jump in Muddy Puddles

Kelly Kemp – It’s a think thing

Kirsty Evans – It’s All About Evie

Laura Logan Mazzu – Galen’s Autism Adventure

Laura Rutherford – Brody Me and GDD

Lauren Baker – Sunshine and Showers

Lisa Savage – Mrs Savage Angel

Lucy Parr  Revelations of a Slummy Mummy

Lynne Pearson – A blog about raising my autistic son

Marissa Bird –  Missy B and Family

Mark Neary – Love Belief and Balls

Matt & Jodi Parry  – Twincess

Maxine Sinda Napal  Down in front please

Michelle Scott – A different Journey

Miriam Gwynne   Faith Mummy

Nancy Gedge – Not so Ordinary Diary

Nichola Norton – My Autism and Duanes syndrome awareness mission

Paul Critchlow – Orange Juice Flavour Sky

Rachel Wright – Born at the right time

Renata Blower – Just Bring the Chocolate

Rochelle Followes – My Daily Miracle

Ruth Ellen Drake – Cerebral Palsy Journey

Sally Mitcham – Hunters Life

Sarah Roberts – Don’t be sorry

Steph Curtis – Steph’s Two Girls

Steph Nimmo – Was This in the Plan

Tessa prebble –   The one in a Million Baby

Tina Medlock – Joseph Amazing Spectrum Coat 

Vaila Morrison    The Inclusive Home


Other Nominations

The other nominations in the other categories will be shared this week.  A huge congrats to all those who have been nominated.

Facebook Live:

On Sunday 12th Feb, we will be hosting a FB Live event to chat about the awards – join us by clicking here


It’s still not to late to sponsor a category or the event, please contact Lisa at My Family Our Needs if you wish to discuss the various packages available

Why Sponsor?

The BAPS nominees and finalists are awesome. Our Awards not only celebrate them, they bring together families, practitioners, suppliers and support providers in an informal and relaxed manner. Breaking down barriers and building positive relationships for everybody involved in supporting a child with additional needs.

You’ll also:

  • Associate your organisation with our influential event
  • Gain access to SEND bloggers who have an established, genuine link to their audience
  • Position yourself as an organisation that cares and supports families of children with additional needs
  • Develop trusted and valued relationships
  • Generate brand awareness amongst parents and practitioners
  • Receive blog coverage and branding from the bloggers in your chosen Award category. Some blogs receive 100,000 hits a month
  • Promote your brand pre-, post- and during the event

Debs Aspland

Mum to three great kids, each with a different SEN. Transplanted from the NW to the SE. Co-founder and Director of Bringing Us Together

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