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Asperger’s versus neurodiversity

Dr Freya Spicer-White discusses the changing perceptions surrounding discrete diagnosis. In the early 2000s as an Assistant Psychologist, and part of multi-disciplinary teams, I joined...

Aspergers: what you need to know

Elaine Nicholson offers some words of encouragement for the less experienced teacher in a mainstream classroom. Education should be inclusive for all, and If you...

Approaching Autistic Adulthood: The Road Less Travelled

Grace Liu has been blogging about autism since 2013. She has written for the National Autistic Society and appeared on podcasts. The book opens...

Living life in colour

Alex Manners reveals how Asperger’s affects his daily life and is now helping him to shape his future

Embracing the difference

Jack Howes describes how being diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome changed his life for the better

Parenting Asperger’s

Dorothy Gallagher recounts the small steps that helped her son negotiate school

Kicking off

SEN Magazine’s Peter Sutcliffe talks to Jo Redman about living with ADHD and Asperger’s and how sport helped to turn her life around  

Tributes flood in for autism pioneer Lorna Wing (1928 – 2014)

Dr Lorna Wing, one of the founders of The National Autistic Society (NAS), died on 6 June 2014 at the age of 85. Dr Wing...

Give ‘em a job!

Beverley Breen calls on all employers to give young people with Asperger’s a chance April Ryan has Asperger’s syndrome. She graduated from university with a...

Bottoms Up!

Jennifer O’Toole explains what Maria Von Trap and trapezoids can teach us about kids with Asperger’s

Book Reviews

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...