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SEN97: Nov/Dec 2018 issue of SEN Magazine

In this issue:

  • arts therapies
  • PMLD and mental health
  • SEN law
  • hydrocephalus
  • dyslexia
  • teachers
  • safeguarding
  • epilepsy
  • wheelchairs
  • Down syndrome
  • complementary therapy
  • attachment
  • autism
  • parents' rights
  • audiobooks
  • plus SEN news, CPD, recruitment, latest products and ideas and more...

Editor's letter

In this issue of SEN Magazine, Daniel Thomas looks at using the arts therapies to help pupils with SEN. Drama, music and art can be highly effective at engaging children, particularly those who can be difficult to reach. The article explores how the allied health professions of music, art and dramatherapy can enable troubled children to make sense of, express and come to terms with what they are feeling.

Also in this issue: Joanna Grace discusses supporting the mental health needs of students with profound and multiple learning disabilities; Deborah Brownson calls for a more positive approach to how people view autism; and Clare Othman reveals some of the key challenges of recruiting in SEN settings.

You will also find article on parents’ rights, hydrocephalus, wheelchairs, safeguarding, online safety, Down syndrome, dyslexia, childcare, complementary therapy, professional support for teachers, attachment, epilepsy and audiobooks.

Our regular features include a look at the important issue of naming a school in an education, health and care plan, in SEN law, as well as a round-up of all the latest conferences, seminars and exhibitions in CPD, training and events.  

If you would like to have your say, our point of view section is for families, professionals and people with SEN to discuss any subject relating to SEN. If you’re interested in contributing, please send me a short email.

Peter Sutcliffe
SEN Magazine Editor
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