About Guest Posts

about guest posts

We are always interested in carrying guest posts featuring interesting content that can help families and professionals involved with special needs children and young people. However, before you get in touch please read this page through to the end.

* If you are a parent of a child with SEN, disabilities or who has a rare condition and would like to tell your story, or a practitioner with valuable insight to share, please contact us from the form at the bottom of the page*.

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Note to "Professional" freelance bloggers

We are sorry, but we DO NOT accept random guest posts by 'professional' bloggers from outside the world of SEN and disability. You may say you've spent "time studying our site" but we know you really haven't. Please save yourself the time and don't contact us as we will not reply.

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