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How can early years settings – and the families who use them – get the best out of their SEND local offer? Karen Faux reports
Members of a unique yoga community joined together for the first international conference on a pioneering yoga method for children with special educational needs.
Parents of a child with Down syndrome have developed a range of educational apps for children with special educational needs and disabilities.
In the second part of this series, Karen Faux unpicks the different streams of support available for children with special educational needs
Every year on 22 October I make sure I show my support for International Stammering Awareness Day (ISAD).
What pressures do managers face specific to children with special needs, and how should they deal with them? In the first of a new series on the subject, Karen Faux reviews the legal framework
Special educational needs charity nasen has launched its first early years training webcasts.
Charity Sense is giving children with disabilities and complex needs vital access to play opportunities through toolkits aimed at both settings and parents. Charlotte Goddard reports
Calming sensory areas are transformational. Nicole Weinstein provides some tips for fitting them out
There are many ways that settings can make autistic children feel comfortable and encourage their engagement, such as understanding the individual child and what interests them, finds Karen Faux
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