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Sensory communication

Sandra Ferne looks at the use of multi-sensory therapy to develop communication skills in those with complex disabilities

What are P scales and do we need them?

Philippa Stobbs looks at how well an afterthought to 1980’s education reforms are serving those working below National Curriculum levels

Talking tablets

Anthony Rhys looks at how tablet technology is revealing a new world of possibilities for some of our most difficult to reach children

Unlocking lives

Janet Trebilcock looks at how a multi-disciplinary approach in a residential school is helping those with PMLD achieve their potential

Teaching Awards honour PMLD champion

A headteacher from Ayr has been recognised by the prestigious Teaching Awards for her work with children with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD)....

A profound challenge

Penny Lacey looks at how to develop a curriculum for pupils with PMLD

Profound education: learning and PMLD

Jan Cunningham discusses the merits of a multidisciplinary approach to education for learners with PMLD

Music on my mind

Rock star turned teacher David Jackson tells of a life making music with children with PMLD and associated sensory impairments

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...