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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This guest post is kindly provided by Sarah Lachlann-Dean. She is a chartered teacher and communication lead at Woodlands High school in Cardiff. In this article, Sarah explores the value of using a range of communication tools, and has also provided …

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Is your school closed or set to close due to the coronavirus outbreak? Are you wondering how you’ll stay sane if required to stay at home for a number of weeks? Why not use your time to further your own …

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Julie Andrews is a Consultant Speech and Language Therapist. She has kindly provided this guest post for the Axcis blog which looks at the development of speech and language as well as how we can recognise speech and sound delays, …

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Graham Chatterley is a father, teacher, education consultant and trainer. He was previously a school leader in a specialist SEMH setting and has children on the autism spectrum. He recently embarked on a new venture called “Challenging Perceptions”. In this …

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Hope Virgo, Author and Mental Health Campaigner has kindly provided this guest post for the Axcis blog. I always struggled quite a bit when I was growing up with my emotions. I hated feeling anything but particularly distressing things. I …

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