Resources for SEND

I have been privileged to have been invited to do workshops and shows in many special needs schools and have worked with children with a range of needs in mainstream settings. However, dealing with the diversity of specific neurodiverse needs is a very specialist area so here I not aiming to be comprehensive here but will list some sites I think might be useful in the current lockdown situation.

The resources on all of this site have been selected to appeal to and support a variety of abilities, interests and ways of learning but do let me know if there's anything I can add or do to make them more accessible.

An article from provide a list of sensible and simple suggestions with explanations as to how to they might specifically work for people with autism. They have other great articles so check them out.

A great site that lots of parents of children and young people find very useful - from learning resources to legal guidance and the latest advice on coronavirus.