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Being a SENDCO: 113 Tips for Building Relationships, Saving Time and...

Ginny Bootman is an experienced teacher, former headteacher and currently the SENDCO for four primary schools, in addition to presenting at national conferences. She...

Nurturing Your Autistic Young Person: A Parent’s handbook to Supporting Newly...

Cathy Wassell is CEO of the popular Autistic Girls Network and has two children, both of whom were identified as autistic in their teens....

Square Pegs: Inclusivity, Compassion and Fitting In, A Guide For Schools

Fran Morgan founded Square Peg in 2019, following her own daughter’s struggles in the education system. She was joined by Ellie Costello in 2020,...

BEAR: A Story of Autism and Difference

The author first became interested in autism during high school psychology in the USA and this interest has continued throughout her professional career as...

The Pocket Guide to Neurodiversity

Daniel Aherne founded Adjust in 2016 to help workplaces start the neurodiversity conversation and advises organisations on how to recruit and effectively manage a...

Universal Approaches to Supporting Children’s Physical and Cognitive Development In the...

The authors of this book have extensive experience in the world of SEN and together they have produced a publication that will advise many...

The Authentic Leader: A four-part model to lead your school to...

Andrew Morrish is the founder of Makana Leadership Ltd and has coached many leaders nationally. He is a former executive headteacher and now holds...

Riley the Brave’s Sensational Senses: Help For Sensory and Emotional Challenges

Jessica Sinarski is a Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health and a Certified Adoption Therapist. She is a presenter, bilingual author and clinical supervisor....

Dyslexia and Me: How to Survive and Thrive if You’re Neurodivergent

Onyinye Udokporo grew up in London and she was eleven years old when she was diagnosed with dyslexia. Showing signs of her future career...

Creativity and the Arts In Early Childhood

Supporting Young Children’s Development and Wellbeing Ruth Churchill Bower is the Director of Early Arts, which she established in 2002. She is also a trainer,...

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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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