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The Memory and Processing Guide for Neurodiverse Learners

Strategies for Success The author is a specialist teacher assessor, working with dyslexia, dyspraxia (DCD), autistic spectrum and ADHD. She has experience in the world...

More than clumsiness

Occupational Therapist Kim Griffin explores some of the aspects of dyspraxia that affect daily life. Dyspraxia is a term used to describe the difficulty with...

Beyond coordination

Joanne Riordan, who is dyspraxic herself, on supporting dyspraxia in the classroom. By its very name, developmental coordination disorder makes us focus on someone’s physical...

SEN126 : September/October 2023

Read SEN Magazine SEN126 : Sept/Oct 2023 here I’m a big fan of September, with a touch of autumn in the air and a sense...

There’s more to handwriting than you think

Sue Smits on cultivating cursive competence. The questions I am most frequently asked are 'What are the main causes of messy handwriting?' and 'How can...

Neurodivergence and adoption

The most effective way to support a neurodivergent child is to understand what makes them different, says Dr Gemma North Neurodiversity is a term increasingly...

RNIB’s Bookshare gains momentum

Bookshare, the Royal National Institute of Blind People's outstanding library of learning resources for those with a vision impairment now has a million titles,...

Vicarious adventures with food

Use the five senses and help children develop a better relationship with food, says Lucy Cooke Childhood eating and feeding difficulties are common, particularly in...

Point of view: parent

Baking, dyslexia and parenthood. Alex Tait’s on a roll… I wear two hats. One that comes with being a specialist dyslexia teacher and the other,...

Dyspraxia: positive moves in PE

Sally Payne explores how educators can help shape dyspraxic children’s attitudes towards physical activity. Dyspraxia, also known as developmental coordination disorder (DCD) affects movement and...

Book Reviews

When things go wrong at work

It's not easy being an autistic employee. Debby Elley and Maura Campbell know. Okay, so you've made a mistake. Or something hasn't gone your way...

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