Autism and Girls – One day conference 5th November 2019 (Oxford, UK)

Autism and Girls – One day conference with Prof. Barry Carpenter
Date: 5th November 2019
Event Time: 9am – 4pm
Event Location: Harcourt Hill Campus, Oxford Brookes University

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https://shop.brookes.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/faculty-of-humanities-social-sciences/conferences/autism-and-girls-one-day-conference-with-prof-barry-carpenter

Guardian Interview with Baroness Sheila Holllins discussing the use of wordless books for people with Learning Disabilities

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/jun/04/sheila-hollins-learning-disability-care

The importance of sensory play

If there’s one thing in common about young children, it’s their ability to make a mess! Children learn best through direct experiences – exploring the world around them with their whole being. They stare, grab, smell, listen, rub, or lick unfamiliar objects, using all their senses to collect data that will be wired permanently into their memory.
If a child’s environment is too sterile or limited, they are deprived of this rich learning. What can parents and teachers do to offer diverse sensory experiences without becoming completely overwhelmed by the inevitable mess? Read this.