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School Related Anxiety

Does the decision to ensure that a child or young person’s special educational needs be met otherwise than in a school, early year’s provision or post 16-institution have to take into account school-related anxiety? Yes, according to the decision in  M v...

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SEND Single Route of Redress National Trial

The single route of redress national trial extends the power of the special educational needs and disability (SEND) tribunal. This means that as part of a special educational appeal, the SEND tribunal will be able to make non-binding recommendations on the...

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The emotional impact of parenting a disabled child

Instead of writing my own post for Mental Health Week, I’d like to share my column today with Jo Griffin, a Counselling Psychologist and parent carer. I met Jo through online and we’ve worked together on this post about the emotional impact of caring on...

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Charity Celebrity Football Match and Family Fun Day!

On August 25th 2019 (Bank Holiday Sunday) United for Charity will be partnering with ANNA KENNEDY ONLINE and Team Avery Essex to bring you our Annual Celebrity Charity Match and Family Fun Day. After 3 very successful years we are aiming to make this one...

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Neurodiversity: The buzzword on everyone’s lips

Autism, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia to name but a few. They're all conditions we've heard of, but there's now a word to describe them all.'Neurodiversity' refers to the different ways the brain can work and interpret information.According to the Department of...

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2019’s Autism’s got Talent hailed a success

On Saturday Autistic children and adults performers from across the UK, Ireland and India came together to showcase their Talent on stage at The Mermaid Theatre London for the well known 8th Autism’s got Talent.Anna Kennedy OBE founder of the show...

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Success story – by Mickey Mayhew

‘Success stories’ - that’s not something you often hear in conjunction with anything autism-related. But I had a success story this week - I got a new job, a two-year contract with one of my old universities to become a participant researcher on a project...

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