This will be the last one of the year as i take a break and concentrate on my boys for Christmas. Have a great Christmas. If you do something different to accommodate the needs of your child, would love to hear about how you manage with the festive season.
Don't forget my Christmas Giveaway - you just have to go to www.facebook.com/specialneedsjungle and 'like' it and you'll be entered in the draw for a copy of my SEN book, Getting started with Statements - even if you don't need it yourself, you may know someone who does. If you already like the page, just leave a comment asking to be entered.
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- Mancunian Matters: A mainstream or a specialist school? – The autism education debate continues
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- Healthzone.ca: Asperger's theory does about-face -
- Department for Education - More than 160,000 disabled children now enjoy short breaks - Mynewsdesk
- BBC News - Specialist teacher training support for dyslexic pupils
She is also an experienced broadcast and print journalist & author. Tania also runs a PR, web & social media consultancy, SocialOro Media. She is a Rare Disease & chronic pain patient advocate with Ehlers Danlos syndrome.
Latest posts by Tania Tirraoro (see all)
- Exemplary Practice: Creating a positive future of meaningful work for young people with SEND - October 18, 2019
- Ofsted finds home education is most often not a choice – and off-rolling is a key culprit - October 15, 2019
- The DfE wants to stop LAs filling SEND funding gaps - October 14, 2019