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Trying to get back to normal

As we now start a third school year living with the Covid-19 pandemic, Douglas Silas summaries its impact on children and young people with...

Impact of pandemic on children with SEN

The sudden and ongoing changes from the pandemic have especially impacted upon the mental health of children and young people with SEND says Sezan...

Recovery – Starting Again

Children and young adults with disabilities, and the process of arriving into a world made different by the pandemic  A thought in many parents’ and...

A Practical Guide For All Providers of early Years Education Caring...

This colourful guide to SEND has been written by an experienced early years teacher and writer, in collaboration with a parent of a child...
A teen boy with his head in his arms, wearing a shirt that says 'NYPD'

Representing those with SEND in court

Courts are failing to take into account the special needs of those they are prosecuting, and it needs to end, says Caroline Spencer-Boulton. Having specialised...

A question of consent

Kate Adams explores capacity, consent and choice for young people with complex SEN Sex and money are two tricky subjects no matter what your age....

Supporting epilepsy at school

What’s school like for a pupil with SEN and epilepsy? Carol Long reveals two families’ very different experiences 

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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