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Morph Mastery

A Morphological Intervention for Reading, Spelling and Vocabulary Louise Selby is a primary trained teacher with extensive experience in teaching and supporting learners with learning...

Being With Our Feelings: A Mindful Approach to Wellbeing for Children

Anita Kate Garai is a teacher, poet and mindfulness wellbeing consultant and facilitator, who has also worked as a primary school teacher and in...

It’s NOT All About Swearing:

A Practical Guide to Tourette's Syndrome for Parents in a Post-Pandemic World Dr Mandy Barnett is the mother of a boy and a girl who...

Autism and Masking: How and Why People Do It and The...

The authors of this book have extensive experience in research associated with the social lives and mental health of autistic people of all genders,...

Different, Not Less: A Neurodivergent’s Guide To Finding Your True Self...

Chloe Hayden is an award-winning actor and disability advocate, motivational speaker and social media influencer. As a child, she moved between ten schools in...

Simple Exercises to Stimulate the Vagus Nerve

An Illustrated Guide to Help Beat Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Pain and Digestive Problems Lars Lienhard is a sports scientist and former performance athlete who...

ADHD does not exist

The Truth About Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder Dr Saul is a behavioural neurologist, and a medical director who has been practising medicine for more...

Positive Body Image in the Early Years: A Practical Guide

Author: Dr R. MacConvillePublisher: Jessica Kingsley PublishersISBN: 978-1-78592-459-0Price: £14.99 Dr Ruth MacConville is an educational consultant and author, with extensive experience in a range of...

Your Interests, My Interests: A Visual Guide to Playing and Hanging...

Author: J.ShaulPublisher: Jessica Kingsley PublishersISBN: 978-1-78592-650-1Price: £15.99 The author is a clinical social worker who specialises in working with children on the autistic spectrum. His...

Tails From the Classroom

There is a growing interest in bringing animals into the classroom, as well as in therapeutic interventions. In this book, the authors bring together...

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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...

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