What we said, where we’ve been, what we made in 2015!

look back on 2015As promised, we've rounded up some of our articles from the year by type, which will help many of our readers who have joined us during the year in particular.

We published 146 posts this year, plus various new pages (wowzer!), so thank you to everyone who has contributed guest posts, columns and to my co-Directors, Debs and Angela. 

To remind you of some of the best of the year, I've grouped them together by category. There are four sections below, click the heading to reveal the stories that mattered to us, and hopefully to you too. Click again to hide the displayed articles.

It's a bit like unwrapping your Christmas presents all over again - and you don't even have to give anything in return, but if you do feel like it, you can always donate a few pounds to our website running costs via PayPal (we are not funded, as yet)

I really hope you enjoy these selections. Who knows what 2016 will bring? To make sure you take the journey with us, SIGN UP to new post alerts.

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Some of our favourites from 2015...Enjoy!


Our articles about health, rare conditions and mental health in 2015

Some of the helpful resources articles we brought you

Some posts about the new SEND system this year

Our SNJ infographics from the last 12 months

If you're an SEN/disability blogger, why not add a link to your own favourite post from the year in the comments?

Thanks for reading! See you in 2016!

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Tania Tirraoro

Founder, CEO at Special Needs Jungle
Founder of Special Needs Jungle. Parent of two young adults with autism. Tania is a member of the Whole School SEND Expert Reference Group for SEND Leadership, the Ofsted SEND Inspections Stakeholders Group, and sits on the Advisory Board of the Royal Holloway, University of London Centre of Gene and Cell Therapy.
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.
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