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ADHD can show in different ways throughout different ages. Learn how to spot the signs so that you can help a child receive the support that they may need.
Now and next boards are used as a visual strategy at home or in the classroom to help children. Download your free now and next board template here.
Adaptive teaching is vital in ensuring that all learners achieve the best possible outcomes. Find a range of adaptive teaching strategies that you can use here.
As an early years practitioner, awareness and understanding of SEND is essential. Learn about how to support children with SEND in early years here.
As a career, SEN teaching can be incredibly rewarding. Find the essential qualifications required of a SEN teacher and the key responsibilities involved here.
When left unidentified and unsupported, dyslexia can affect children’s social and academic outcomes. Find strategies to support children with dyslexia here.
Studies have shown that 5 times as many men are diagnosed with autism than women; why is this? What are the ‘female’ autism symptoms?
The SEND Review is a green paper setting out the proposals for the future of the SEND and AP systems. Find a summary of the proposals here.
Autistic masking can involve a person denying large parts of their identity. Find strategies to help support autistic children who may be masking here.
By understanding autism and the particular characteristics of PDA, you can be in a better position to support children in your setting. Find some strategies here.