Dysphagia, or swallowing difficulties, can be a short or long-term condition after a brain injury. Swallowing Awareness Day shines a light on what it is, and who can help.
The Chancellor’s first Budget set out funding to improve public toilet facilities, and law changes that will see Changing Places loos in every new public building.
‘Acquired Brain Injury: A Guide for Schools’ now available on the SEND Gateway.
A free online resource has launched to help school staff and educational professionals support children who were born before 37 weeks’ gestation.
We find out more about music therapy from Saphia, Specialist Music Therapist at The Children’s Trust.
Links between playing football and an increased risk of brain disease in later life lead the FA to update youth training guidance.
On Safer Internet Day 2020 research shows more than half of young people with disabilities find it easier to be themselves online than offline.
The debate, secured by Chris Bryant MP, will take place in Westminster Hall on Thursday 6th February.
Government announce trials of pioneering technology to support pupils with special educational needs and disabilities.
Makaton is a form of sign language that uses symbols, signs and speech to enable children, young people and adults to communicate.