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Raising Kids With Big Baffling Behaviours:

Brain-Body-Sensory Strategies That Really Work Robyn Gobbel is a mental health professional, who specialises in supporting the families of children with challenging behaviours. She runs...

Autism: early intervention

Will the English SEND reforms improve early intervention for children with autism? By Danae Leaman-Hill. The early years of any child's life are of vital...

Attachment: the elephant in the classroom

Jay Vaughan on why schools need to be trauma informed. Attachment is a sensation in the nervous system, flooding our body and brain with feel...

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...

Loving and giving

Anna Sharkey on becoming an adopter. People are motivated to adopt for many reasons such as infertility, wanting to grow their family by providing a...

Splitting York autistic twins may have unwanted outcome – charity

A charity has warned of possible "unwanted outcomes" after autistic twin brothers were allocated places at two different schools. Jasper has been offered a place...

Unlocking talent

Emma Finch’s uplifting story about fostering. When Kim David Jones and his wife Caron welcomed Daniel into their lives, they couldn't have foreseen the joy...

Follow the evidence

Mary Taylor makes a plea for more effective emotional health support. We have the evidence to help us to understand the importance of building emotional...

Diet and autism

Louise Mercieca on how to include the essential nutrients, while promoting an enjoyable relationship with food. For children with autism, issues with food can be...

A sense of belonging

As part of her masters thesis Stefanie Pearce studied the experiences of children who were looked-after or adopted at a trauma-informed school. Eliza attends a...

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...

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