Learning to surf is proving to be a tonic for children with autism, helping them become calmer and more confident after a morning in the swell on Perth’s coastline with volunteers from a surfing charity.
The organisation was set up by a group of surfing mates last year and parents of children who have participated have been blown away by the positive results.
Judi Barrett-Lennard said her son William had “very low-functioning autism”.
“There’s a huge improvement once he has been in the water,” Mrs Barrett-Lennard said. Click here to read the rest of the story