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Autism is a difference, not a deficit

Clare Caccavone on supporting more autistic young people into the workplace. Employment rates for autistic people are bleak. Only 29% of autistic people are in...

The great outdoors

The textures, smells, colours, and sounds of the outdoors are all there, waiting to be explored, write Suzi Hoskins and Claire Abercrombie. If you're considering...

Showing off

Performance allows us to feel confident, powerful, brave and independent, says Charlotte Bell. The Arts provide an amazing platform for people with learning disabilities, offering...

A personal sense of winning

Mike Dale on the Outstanding Achievement Awards. The pandemic had a catastrophic impact on activity levels. This hit pupils with SEND hardest, as they already...

Positive steps

Jonathan Baron reveals how dance can boost the resilience and confidence of students with autism Stereotypes of autism often reinforce misinformation about the condition and...

Building outdoor attitudes

Nick Russell examines the power of outdoor activities to inspire children and bring them together

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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