Autism Peer Education
Treating the family as the workforce
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Emma & Meg from Great Minds Together
with Vikki Threlfall & Paula Webb from PDA Society
Emma and Meg talk about PDA with Vikki Threlfall and Paula Webb from PDA Society. They cover lots of topics including terminology around PDA, helpful approaches, differences between ODD & PDA, EHCPs, working with professionals, and more. Part 1 of 2
Garry Freeman is an experienced SENCO and here he talks to us about some of his own personal experiences and shares some helpful tips on supporting young people that may struggle with self regulation.
Jenny Loughran Q&A
An interview with a Sensory Integration Occupational Therapist
Jenny Loughran Q&A
There was a reference to the ‘SEND Code of Conduct’ in this video, however, this is now the ‘SEND Code of Practice’ Read More
There was reference to the Disability Discrimination Act, which has been replaced by the Equality Act 2010
Some systems and processes mentioned in this video are not nationally available and may be specific to the specific local authority. For example, the ‘Schools Advisory Service’ is not a service in a lot of Local Authorities.
Some helpful additional information in relation to Educational Psychology (EP) assessments: “9.49 SEND Code of Practice states advice from an EP must be sought as part of the EHCP assessment process. This means that while parents may struggle to access an EP assessment normally, if your request for an EHCP assessment is accepted, this will result in an EP assessment as it is required by law”
In this episode we talk to Geraldine Hills about emotional resilience. Geraldine shares some helpful tips on how to be emotional resilient and how important this is especially as a result of the recent pandemic. https://www.inclusivechoice.com/