I have been overwhelmed by the positive feedback about my blog. Thank you so much.
There is SO much I want to share with you, I don’t know where to begin. I am trying so hard not to bombard you with too many posts all at once.
I mentioned in another post I would really like to work in the field of SEN, officially, but I am not yet sure in which capacity.
I have spent hours looking at job specifications to get an idea of what to do…but there are so many possibilities…I can’t physically do all of them.
I looked into getting my SENCo qualification but after thorough research, I don’t think it’s quite what I am looking for.
After visiting our new paediatrician today (I will update you on this another time), I looked into becoming a paediatrician who specialises in autism. It appears you need a medical degree (which are apparently competitive courses to get on to) then a further two years of study to specialise. I didn’t particularly want to have to return to education but as I am in my mid to late thirties, and hopefully still have a lot of working years ahead of me, I am happy to do whatever it takes to enter a career that interests me and helps others. The problem really is course fees!
I have lots of soul searching to do. What do I want to do with the rest of my life? How can I make a difference?