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What it’s like

Joe Fautley wants everyone to understand autism. I'm passionate about using my voice and lived experience to help inspire autistic people to be confident in...

Nurturing a child with ASD

As a mother of a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and a specialist SEN teacher, Krista Dadford understands the joys and challenges of...

Heavy work in outdoor play

Samantha Tolley and colleagues talk about pushing, pulling and lifting. When a child has sensory processing difficulties, appropriate automatic reactions and behaviours are not as...

Sensory Processing Challenges: Effective Clinical Work With Kids and Teens

Lindsey Biel is a paediatric occupational therapist in private practice and the co-author of Raising a Sensory Smart Child and co-creator of a sensory...

Sensory Integration or Processing Difficulties are common: So why have over...

Over a third of UK adults have never heard of sensory integration or processing difficulties, (despite the neurological condition being prevalent in up to...

100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Sensory Processing Differences

Kim Griffin is an occupational therapist, specialising in helping children with sensory processing differences and motor skill challenges, including those with autism and dyspraxia....

Is That Clear: Effective Communication In a Neurodiverse World: Autism-inspired tips...

The authors together combine expertise in language development and autism and have created a concise pocketbook guide that is aimed at informing and advising...

Sensory strategies

Practical tips for using sensory equipment and approaches in the classroom, by Kim Griffin Occupational therapists often recommend sensory strategies, such as using wobble cushions...

Creating a better future

James Cusack outlines some of the latest developments in autism research Like all of us, autistic people are unique. Despite being one diagnosis, autism is...

Sensory issues and autism: an insider’s guide

Paul Isaacs outlines some of the main sensory difficulties faced by people with autism and how they affect his everyday life

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...

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