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Breaking barriers

IT is crucial for SEN support internationally, says Nathaniel Comer. I was first diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 39, and I have experienced...

Taking the leap

Helen Trethewey on working overseas, and how international schools can meet SEND needs. Working in an international school is a rich and varied experience, and...

Fighting for inclusion

Malte Faehnders discusses initiatives to support children with disabilities in war ravaged South Sudan

Supporting deafblind children in Kenya

Clair Watson visits an East-African specialist unit that’s setting new standards for SEN support. In 2002, it was estimated that 5.9 million children attended primary...

Blind ambition

From a refugee camp to the Ministry of Education: Ashley Johnson and Isabel Leigh chart the extraordinary evolution of a Cambodian SEN programme

Autism in China: a silent epidemic

Nick Compton reveals how a Beijing autism centre is battling prejudice and China’s nascent welfare system to provide hope for families living with autism

Seeds of change: SEN in Africa

Mark Smith sees signs of hope in East Africa's fledgling SEN projects

Fighting ignorance: SEN in Bangladesh

Changing attitudes and government investment can do much to improve the lives of children with SEN in Bangladesh, says Saima Hossain

International adventures for special schools

Rachel Woods takes a look at a Government-funded scheme enabling exchange visits between UK and partner schools abroad

A week in Uganda: Greg Dyke’s VSO diary

Greg Dyke's record of a fascinating trip around Ugandan schools for VSO

Book Reviews

Parenting Children With ADHD

10 Lessons That Medicine Cannot Teach Dr Monastra, is a clinical psychologist who is internationally recognised for his research on the neurophysiological characteristics of children...