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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...

SEN127 : November/December 2023

Read SEN Magazine SEN127 : Nov/Dec here It's been a good year for conferences, exhibitions and all types of CPD to support greater awareness of...

24-year-old karting entrepreneur urges employers to think differently when it comes...

The 24-year-old founder of five successful motorsports businesses is calling on businesses to think differently when it comes to employment, to open the door...

Point of view: travel chaos with Asperger’s


Alex Manners highlights the trials of using public transport for people with a hidden disability.

What is high-functioning autism?

Pearl Barnes outlines common characteristics of people often seen as having a “milder” form of autism

Too clever to have SEN?

Councils are not meeting their legal obligations to people with high functioning autism, writes Ed Duff 

Autism provision in Northern Ireland

Parents of children with autism continue to play a waiting game, says Anne Marie Kelly

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...

Autism diagnosis survey

During November 2013, 2000 people who have an autism diagnosis, or are the parent or carer of someone who has a diagnosis, completed the...

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...