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How to support speech, language and communication development

Research has shown that using visual support can be useful for children or people with autism, whether they are verbal or non-verbal.  Many people with autism are visual learners and have more difficulty processing auditory information. Others have difficulty remembering sequences of information such as…

Baby and toddler play ideas

Ideas to help your child play and learn You can give your child lots of different opportunities to play, and it doesn't need to be difficult or expensive. Look at books and sing songs and nursery rhymes with your child. It's fun and will help…

Autism and Daily Living Skills at Home

Here you will find all the resources that feed into the Autism and Daily Living Skills at Home section of the Wheel.

Autism and Help at School

Here you will find the content that feeds into the Help at School section of the Autism Wheel. 

Autism and Eating

Here you will find all the resources that feed into the Eating section of the Autism Wheel. 

Free resources for fun and learning - Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

If you child receives support from any of the SEN Services (Physical and Medical Needs Advisory Service, Cognition and learning Service, Hearing Support Team, Vision Support Team, AAC Team) and you would like some advice, then you can contact them using the emails below:Augmentative and…

Activities to inspire future engineers

  A Really Really Long Straw Wouldn't it be fun to poke your head out of an upstairs window and secretly take a sip from a drink way below? Would it even be possible? See if you can set your own record for the longest…

Stargazing in the Garden 2020

International Dark Sky Week has grown to become a worldwide event and a key component of Global Astronomy Month. Each year it is held in April around Astronomy Day.  Everybody can do something to stop light pollution! Stargazing in the Garden: Turn off the lights in…

Indoor Activity Ideas for Children

Indoor Activity Ideas: Great for Creative Development: Create and design items for role play activities This can enhance their interests in a role play activity as well as enhance the environment. They could create dressing up props, menu's for a cafe, posters for a concert,…

Autism and Sensory Processing

Here you will find all resources that feed into the sensory processing segment of the Autism Wheel.
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