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School avoidance : Unlocking brighter futures

Samantha Lea discusses how the right balance of academic and vocational opportunities in a nurturing supportive environment can provide even the most long-term school...

ADHD and the classroom – Why is it so hard to...

The challenges of the classroom No child was born to sit still. They are programmed to always be on the go; whether that’s running, jumping,...

Recovery – Starting Again

Children and young adults with disabilities, and the process of arriving into a world made different by the pandemic  A thought in many parents’ and...

Title: Layla’s Life, My Words: An Insight Into the World Of...

This is a very personal record of one family’s journey to educate other people and professionals about the difficulties their daughter Layla faced. The...

Book review: Avoiding Anxiety in Autistic Children

Dr Beardon has been working in the field of autism for decades, in capacities ranging from practitioner to researcher to trainer and lecturer. He...

Autism, anxiety and some surprising lockdown wins

We all know about the downsides of quarantine, but Karen Massey shares some surprising upsides to lockdown for children with autism.  A core component of...

High anxiety

How does anxiety affect children and what can schools do to help? Amy Phipps and Sandra Dunsmuir explain all

Attacking anxiety

For Robyn Steward, Asperger’s meant a childhood blighted by anxiety and isolation, but today she helps others cope with the strain of being “different”

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