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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...

Creating successful sensory circuits

Kim Griffin explains sensory circuits. What is a sensory circuit? Sensory circuits are similar in function to a gym circuit, but instead of focussing on fitness,...

Making STEM subjects accessible

Andy Keenan highlights how to give SEND visitors a great day out. Everyone loves a day out at a visitor attraction. And with the year...

Sensory immersion and inclusive learning

Claire Cooper describes how The Tank Museum provides an inclusive learning experience for children on school trips with special educational needs. Adapting to individual needs Every...

Display dismay

Antony Morris is all for reducing visual clutter in the classroom. (Listen to this article being read by Antony) Do colourful displays and wordy noticeboards...

Sensory support for students with Cerebral Vision Impairments

Dr Jonathan Waddington explores the issue of CVI Cerebral Vision Impairments can affect as many as one in thirty children, yet it can be hard...

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...

Making the magic happen

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Joanna Grace explains how schools can get the most out of their sensory rooms

This farming life

Living on a farm is working wonders for her son with autism, writes Hannah Reeves 

Sensory support for dyslexia

Susie Nyman reveals how a multi-sensory approach can help dyslexic students with their learning

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