Alfie has 2 very big reasons to be happy today. Having broken his wrist his plaster cast was taken off today and when we got home his beautiful quilt had arrived. As you can see he loves it we have had snuggles and played peekaboo. The quilt is absolutely stunning, special thanks go to all you lovely ladies who have been so kind and caring to make such a work of art, it will be treasured always. You should be very proud of yourselves. With all our love and appreciation Diane and Alfie xxxx
We first noticed something was different with Alfie when he started nursery. He was not meeting milestones like his peers.
Alfie started on the Autism Pathway whilst at nursery. He was diagnosed as being Autistic in November 2011, this was not a great year as we had lost my mum (Alfie's lovely Nana) 11 months earlier.
Alfie is now 6, has got no sense of danger, is not toilet trained and has no speech. We have to watch Alfie at all times, he is a runner and quite easily run into trouble! However, he is the cuddliest, smiley, happy boy who is loved by all who meet him.
Alfie's greatest love is to read books, whilst he cannot talk he can most definately read. His favourites are the Mr Men and Thomas the Tank Engine.