Change from the inside outside

Reading a short clip from my book, S.E.N.D. in the Clowns. “We don’t want our children and young people who fall out of the education system to become voiceless. We know their issues will invariably become everyone’s issue. But how do we diversify the talent pool of clinicians, therapists, teachers, psychologists, if children from particular … Continue reading Change from the inside outside

it’s OUT – S.E.N.D. in the Clowns is published

My second book is published! When you look at photos of authors beaming with their books, you don’t always see the insecurities, late nights, hundreds of proof amends, hours of research and the many negotiations with illustrators, editors, designers. I’m sure you can’t see that in my picture 🙂 What I hope you do see … Continue reading it’s OUT – S.E.N.D. in the Clowns is published

Zoom Zoom around the room

Really looking forward to talking to lots of autism and ADHD parents on Thursday.  I will also be doing a short book reading from S.E.N.D. in the Clowns, which is out in September. Looking for the perfect segment for you. Here’s the flyer with all of the information:     Meeting ID: 944 5140 9637 … Continue reading Zoom Zoom around the room

School Run: Home learning survival guide

Article published in The School Run: you can read the it here If your child has special educational needs, supporting their physical and emotional wellbeing and academic progress at home during the lockdown and school closures offers its own unique set of challenges.  Your success in supporting special educational needs children academically at home, is … Continue reading School Run: Home learning survival guide

3. Tips for Families of Children with Special Educational Needs (during a crisis)

Tips For Families Of Children With Special Education Needs #coronavirus It’s been a dramatic start to the decade. Perhaps this will be the decade of change and evolution we all need. Change starts with us as individuals and families. News of Covid-19 has swept the globe so rapidly, it’s hard to remember what was in … Continue reading 3. Tips for Families of Children with Special Educational Needs (during a crisis)