Crystal Hart has kindly provided this guest blog for Axcis and our partners at the National Autistic Society. Crystal is currently working for Axcis London in a primary school with SEN/D students. She has worked with these students for around …

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Graham Chatterley has kindly provided this guest post for the Axcis blog. Graham is an ex-special school leader, father, SEND consultant and trainer. In this blog he tells us all about his involvement with Teacher Hug Radio and his involvement in …

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Graham Chatterley has kindly provided this guest post for the Axcis blog. Graham is an ex-special school leader, father, SEND consultant and trainer. In this blog he looks at the reasons behind disruptive behaviour and how we might see this …

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In this guest post, Axcis Ambassador Danielle Brown MBE talks about why she has decided to join a team attempting to break a word record for open water diving. 2020. A year that started with so much promise, and under-delivered …

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The coronavirus outbreak has affected everyone. But it’s left many autistic people and their families completely stranded. Its unprecedented and extensive impact on autistic people across the UK, has greatly affected their lives, routines and wellbeing. In order to highlight …

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Graham Chatterley has kindly provided this guest post for the Axcis blog. Graham is an ex-special school leader, father, SEND consultant and trainer. In this blog he discusses how children will often communicate their needs through challenging behaviour, and that …

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Graham Chatterley has kindly provided this guest post for the Axcis blog. Graham is an ex-special school leader, father, SEND consultant and trainer. In this blog he discusses how the period of lockdown and school closure may have affected children …

We let them down, so how are we going to fix it? (Guest Post) Read more »

How can you offer fun and interactive activities to your children during the summer holidays? How can you have days out without leaving the house if you are shielding at home? Our friends from the charity Sky Badger have kindly …

Your Virtual Summer Fun Guide from Sky Badger (Guest Post) Read more »

Dr Emily Lovegrove, AKA “The Bullying Doctor” has recently written a book called “Autism, Bullying and Me”. This is a fantastic anti bullying resource for all teens, parents, carers and education professionals. In this guest post, Emily tells us a …

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In this guest post, Jules (AKA Julie Andrews), tells us about her new book, “Colin’s Missing Feathers” and how it can help children with speech sound delays. Plus an exclusive offer for Axcis readers. Jules started writing picture books with …

A book that can help with speech delay – and endorsed by Phil Collins! (Guest Post) Read more »