Creating the Best Home Environment for Your Autistic Child

Creating the Best Home Environment for Your Autistic Child

Great Ideas for Creating the Best Home Environment for Your Autistic Child Written by : Jenny Wise, Special Home Educator Autism affects the way a child interacts with the world around them. As parents, it’s important that we do whatever we can to keep our children...
How Changing Your Classroom Environment Can Increase Learning and Make Classroom Management Easier

How Changing Your Classroom Environment Can Increase Learning and Make Classroom Management Easier

Changing Classroom Environment for Easier Classroom Management As a practising educator, it is good practice to reflect on your classroom environment on a regular basis to increase learning and to make classroom management easier.  It can be so easy to set your...
SPD and Anxiety – How Do Symptoms Look Similar (and Different) in Classrooms

SPD and Anxiety – How Do Symptoms Look Similar (and Different) in Classrooms

SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder) and anxiety have many similarities and to the untrained eye, it can be difficult to differentiate between the two.  As a professional, how can you recognise the similarities (and differences) of SPD and anxiety in classrooms? A 2009...
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and Anxiety – How are they similar and different ?

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and Anxiety – How are they similar and different ?

Written By Deb Hopper, Occupational Therapist Does your child (or the children you work with) have Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)? Does your child (or the children you work with) have anxiety? How do you know where a child’s SPD and anxiety begin and end?...