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Point of view: parent – Toilet training

Faria Arsh's heartfelt account of her neurodivergent daughter's toilet training journey. Why does any parent want to toilet-train their child? In any other circumstances, the...

Inclusive bouldering

Climbing has therapeutic benefits for children and adults with ADHD, says Chris Whitehead. Exercise in itself can be quite repetitive for someone with an ADHD...

Relaxed performances bring joy to all

Making live theatre accessible to all needs careful planning says Kathryn McAuley There is clear and compelling evidence that experiencing live theatre can be beneficial...

Trends in SEN publishing

Amy Lankester-Alen knows what's popular right now, and has some tips for budding authors. Teachers are time poor. They look for clear, practical, accessible books...

Different, Not Less: A Neurodivergent’s Guide To Finding Your True Self...

Chloe Hayden is an award-winning actor and disability advocate, motivational speaker and social media influencer. As a child, she moved between ten schools in...

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...

Point of view: parent

We need to talk about meltdownsRebecca Huseyin The meltdown is a highly emotive subject for many parents and carers of neurodivergent young people. It’s frightening...

Relax and….Action!

Susan Whiddington enthuses about the benefits of Relaxed Performances for children with SEND. They are a feature of many theatrical productions now, but theatres in...

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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