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The Intensive Interaction Classroom Guide: Social Communication Learning and Curriculum for...

The authors of this book are both associated with the Intensive Interaction Approach through their roles as Team Leader andCoordinator and have specialisms in...

SEN115 : November/December 2021

Read SEN Magazine SEN115: November/December 2021 here   Slowly but surely, the school routine is getting back to an approximation of normality. But for some,...

Can all children learn to read?

Ann Sullivan looks at reading capabilities in children Whenever asked a question are you, like me, secretly hoping that the answer will be a simple...

Learning from Lucy

Bringing up a daughter with learning disabilities has been the ultimate lesson in life, writes mum Samantha Bowen I wasn’t present at the time of my...

The class that roared

Emma Maskell-Ludlow explains how high expectations and some technical know-how have made a huge difference to her pupils with PMLD

A dangerous assumption?

Joanna Grace provides a personal view on whether we should always presume capacity for young people with PMLD I have often heard it said that...

Lost in music

Jane Douglas examines the difficulties that children with PMLD have in making sense of sound

Meeting complex needs

Steve Rose examines how changes in the law are affecting those who support children with multi-sensory impairments

A gesture of hope

Anthony Rhys describes how gesture based technology is transforming the lives of pupils with PMLD and SLD

Demonstrably different

It is time for a change in special educational provision for those who have profound and multiple learning difficulties, says Richard Aird

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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...