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Reducing restraint

Tough approaches like zero tolerance and seclusion don't work, says Ben Higgins. We need a more person-centred and trauma-informed approach in education. For most children...

Storymaking

Lauran Doak explores how children with learning disabilities engage with an iPad storymaking app. An iPad storymaking app allows users to create their own stories...

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...

Beating the drum for inclusion

Jody Ashfield on the role of music in accessibility. Music is a universal language that transcends cultures and barriers, bringing people together with pure sound....

SEND in museums

How Sam Bowen has helped change attitudes to SEND. I set out on my museum path as a student volunteer for Norwich Castle Museum, and...

Going the extra mile

Zororo Mubaya on private transport services for people with SEND. Sometimes, families need access to reliable transport that offers greater support, companionship and awareness of...

How to stop Bullying

Liffy McDonald enthuses about the work of the Anti-Bullying Alliance The work of the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) is more relevant than ever in the current...

Experiences of being in hospital for people with a learning disability...

Who I am matters This report looks what people with a learning disability and autistic people experience when they need physical health care and treatment...

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....

The magic of multisensory rooms

Jo Grace on multisensory rooms and why ‘getting it’ as a practitioner is vital to success. Multisensory rooms are places of magic and myth. I...

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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