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SEN98: Jan/Feb 2019 issue of SEN Magazine

In this issue:

  • preparing for adult life
  • outdoor activities
  • hearing impairment
  • cerebral palsy
  • specialist seating
  • deafblindness
  • CReSTeD
  • assistive technology
  • dyslexia
  • SENCOs
  • autism
  • Down's syndrome
  • plus SEN news, CPD, recruitment, latest products and ideas and more...

Editor's letter

Leaving school or college can be amongst the most difficult times in a young person’s life. For those with SEN though, the challenges and the opportunities offered by these transitions are often all the more profound. In the post-16 feature in this issue of SEN Magazine, Clare Howard looks at how further education can help prepare young people with SEN for adult life.

Elsewhere in this issue: John Crosbie outlines the benefits of outdoor activities for pupils with SEN and disabilities; in our hearing impairment feature, Ann Bradbury looks at what schools can do to stop deaf pupils falling ever further behind their hearing peers; and in the assistive technology feature Sophie Shearer looks at how technology is supporting students in higher education.

Member of the Scottish Parliament Daniel Johnson, who was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult, makes a call for politicians to stand up and be counted on neuro-developmental disorders in our point of view section.

Other regular features include a look at special educational provision in education, health and care plans, in SEN law, as well as a round-up of all the latest conferences, seminars and exhibitions in CPD, training and events.

You will also find articles on cerebral palsy, specialist seating, Down’s syndrome, PMLD/SLD, school discipline, SENCOs, deafblindness around the world, dyslexia, autism and recruitment.

If you would like to have your say, our point of view section is for families, professionals and people with SEN to discuss any subject relating to SEN. If you’re interested in contributing, please send me a short email.

Peter Sutcliffe
SEN Magazine Editor
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