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Jun 21, 2021

Philip Asherson is Professor of Neurodevelopmental Psychiatry at Kings's College London, in this episode he shares his research around ADHD from a clinical perspective discussing the diagnostic criteria for ADHD, the role of medication, the impact that ADHD can have on wellbeing and how ADHD overlaps with other...


Jun 14, 2021

Ella is an insightful and articulate young Trainee Educational Psychologist (TEP) who is clearly passionate about inclusive education. In this interview she talks about her journey to become and TEP, what it involves and why she is particularly passionate about educating teachers about ADHD.  She offers plenty...


Jun 7, 2021

This week's podcast covers Sensory Processing Disorder.  This is a very varied disorder which affects how people process sensory information and as a consequence how they respond to the environment.  Though often linked with Autism SPD doesn't always go hand in hand with ASD.  SPD can be triggered via all senses such as...


May 31, 2021

This week I speak to trainee teacher Jasmine Selwood who shares her experience of growing up with a deaf parent and how this has impacted the way that she approaches the classroom, and supports students with hearing impairments. Her insights of life both in and outside of the classroom are fascinating and should give us...


May 24, 2021

1 in 10 people have dyslexia and given that so much learning requires reading and writing it can really hinder progress in school.

Dr Cathy Manning talks about her research on Sensory Processing in those with dyslexia and autism, how we can use this to understand the condition and how we can support those who have...