What Is Neurodiversity?

What Is Neurodiversity?

What Is Neurodiversity? Neurodiversity is the concept that neurological differences like autism are normal and naturally occurring variations in human beings. This is in sharp contrast to the view that autism is a pathology and of course this not a widely accepted...
How To Make Your Organisation Autism Ready

How To Make Your Organisation Autism Ready

It seems that every week, we are seeing another large firm commit to hiring adults with autistic spectrum disorders. This week we have seen the announcement from UK Nicolas Aubert who says that it will implement a programme to hire adults with autism in the UK. This...
Nationally Recognised Autism Accreditation

Nationally Recognised Autism Accreditation

Nationally Recognised Autism Accreditation Our courses are accredited through the OCN Credit4Learning, which has a background in education dating back to the 1980s. OCN Credit4Learning is a long established not-for-profit educational charity working to improve the...
What Is ADHD?

What Is ADHD?

What is ADHD? Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is also sometimes referred to as attention deficit disorder or sometimes even just hyperactivity. It is generally divided into two types of behavioural problems: inattentiveness and hyperactivity and...
Autism Training For Hospital Staff

Autism Training For Hospital Staff

Children on the autistic spectrum who have to go into hospital for an operation often find the whole process to be a completely overwhelming ordeal. It is normal for anyone going for an operation to feel anxious, but for children on the spectrum, it can be even more...
What Is A Sensory Room Ecopod?

What Is A Sensory Room Ecopod?

A sensory room is a multi-sensory environment that is specially designed to block out noises, and to control the temperature and lighting. It is an artificially created place that contains special multi-sensory equipment to soothe or stimulate the senses and promote...
Is Vitamin D Linked To Autism?

Is Vitamin D Linked To Autism?

AUTISM, dyslexia and some other learning disabilities have recently been found to be more common in children who were conceived in January, February or March. In a recent study of around 800,000 Scottish young people, research showed that these conditions were more...