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Point of view: Education Officer at nasen

Seeing the 'ability' in disability. Zoe Mather says we should be treating people more fairly. In education we should be continually looking to challenge the...

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...

Sensory superpowers

Sue Newman on the sensory superpowers of sound processing and rhythmic awareness. Sound processing is the ability to make sense of what we are hearing....

The right setting

Lorna Woolley on finding the right school environment for a child with learning challenges. Parents explore specialist provision for a child or young person for...

The long wait for a home

According to Jenny MacQuire, children with disabilities often wait the longest for adoption. There are about two thousand children waiting for adoption in England, and...

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...

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...

It’s OK to read with your ears

Lucy Rand on the joys of audiobooks. It's so much easier to follow the story. Reading can be daunting for people with dyslexia. It can...

The quiet parent: Twelve reasons we avoid asking for help

Debby Elley’s account of being a quiet parent. Those who shout loudest get what they want. It’s a well-worn saying among parents in receipt of social...

Nightmare parents or lack of understanding?

Grace Williams provides the parent’s perspective In 2020, 275,604 children were reported as having an educational, health and care plan (EHCP) in the UK with...

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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