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How to make questions and instructions clearer for autistic pupils

Joe Butler shares her ten practical tips for how to be more inclusive of different communication styles when asking questions or giving instructions to...

How music helped my son’s speech & language development

Dan Hughes provides some insights into the power of music to develop communication skills. Some autistic children struggle to express what they want to say...

SEN120 : Sept/Oct 2022

Read SEN Magazine SEN120: Sept/Oct 2022 here If you only read one article in this issue, please make sure it’s James’s moving account of his...

Have they started talking yet?

Joanne Jones provides helpful advice on how to cope with unwelcome comments from friends and family. Have you ever been with your child at a...

The secret power of questions

Jennifer Boyd discusses how questions boost engagement and build language Have you ever found yourself in a power struggle with a two-year old? Do you...

Don’t take me out again!

Liz Elks offers a range of useful tips to develop speech and language skills in children If we’re not careful children with Speech, Language and...

Campaigning for the right to speak and be heard

Steve Hermon gives an account of how he began his journey as a campaigner for speech and language therapies to be given greater support. May 2019...

November SENeXtra available online FREE!

Hello, and welcome to our November SENeXtra.  Click here to read SENeXtra FREE Budget updateGuide Dogs launch CYP CommssionSupport for parent being abused by their childrenBoard...

MP’s and Peers call on the Prime Minister and Chancellor to...

Following the feature on Steve Hermon’s fight to get speech and language therapy for his child (SEN 115). MPs and Peers from over 20...

Driving attainment for deaf children

Ann Bradbury looks at what schools can do to stop deaf pupils falling ever further behind their hearing peers

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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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