Tag Archives: parents/families of children with SEN

An Introduction to PDA with Clare Truman

Dale is joined by Clare Truman to give SENDcast listeners an introduction to PDA

Presence in Research with Joanna Grace

Dale is joined by Joanna Grace to talk about Presence in Research.

The Benefits of Audiobooks with Emily Pye

Dale is joined by guest Emily Pye to talk about the benefits audiobooks.

Dual and Multiple Exceptionality with Fintan O’Regan

Dale is joined by Fintan O' Regan this week to discuss Dual and Multiple Exceptionality

How To Wait Well When Your Child Is On The Diagnostic Pathway for Autism or ADHD with Jodie Warren

Dale and Jodie Warren discuss how to 'Wait Well' when your child is on the [...]

Executive Function Skills and Neurodiversity Traits with Victoria Bagnall

Discussing Executive Function Skills and Neurodiversity Traits

Effective Advocacy & Why Fighting Doesn’t Work with Jodie Warren

Discussing Effective Advocacy & Why Fighting Doesn’t Work

The What and Why of Compassionate Co-Regulation with Jyoti Jo Manuel

Have you heard of compassionate co-regulation? It means that when we calm and regulate ourselves [...]

Girls on the Spectrum – Autism and Puberty with Victoria Ellen

Puberty is a topic that is rarely discussed and when taught at school the feelings [...]

SEND Christmas Crackers with Dr Susie Nyman

As the SENDcast is now released 52 weeks a year, this is our very first [...]

Medication for Supporting Children with ADHD: Chemical Cosh or Reset Button with Fintan O’Regan

ADHD is a neurodevelopmental difference with the key traits of Hyperactivity, Impulsivity and Inattention.

Boost Reading and Writing Through Play with Georgina Durrant

Reading and writing are areas that many teachers and parents are concerned that children need [...]

Trauma with Alison Knowles

The impact a traumatic event has on a person can be significant and lifelong.

Eating and the Senses with Joanna Grace

We are ending the school year with Joanna Grace who joins Dale to discuss Eating [...]

Making Mindfulness Fun with Katie White

Anxiety levels have increased and learning practical solutions for decreasing anxiety results in happier, healthier [...]

Helping Children to Listen with Sarah Billingham

Listening is a fundamental skill to be able to develop language and to access learning [...]

What drives our youngsters to self-harm with Alison Knowles

Trigger warning – this podcast discusses self-harm which is a difficult subject, but has never [...]

Physical Aspects of Autism with Rachel Jackson

Whilst there is significant research and discussion around the psychological and behavioural aspects of autism, [...]

Finding your Tribe with Alison Knowles

This week's episode ‘Finding your Tribe’ with Alison Knowles, is a discussion about how important [...]

My Mummy is Autistic with Joanna Grace

Everyone will meet an autistic person in their lives, and autistic people are in every [...]

The Use of Mindfulness to Support Emotional Literacy with Dr Trisha Waters

The practise of mindfulness has become increasingly popular over the last few years.

Supporting Pupils with Autism to Self-Regulate with Tessa Morton

A classroom can be a terrifying place for a child with autism. Their anxiety may [...]

He Doesn’t Do That at School with Ginny Bootman

There is often a huge divide between how a child with additional needs presents themselves [...]

What is Grief? with Alison Knowles

Children experience many forms of grief such as parent separation, losing a toy, a pet [...]

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