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National Conference 2021

08 July 2021

In July 2021 we partnered with the ADHD Foundation to welcome over 800 attendees to our National Parents & Carers Virtual Conference 2021: Celebrating Neurodiversity Through Positive Support, covering a broad range of SEN support and advice.

Click the links below to watch the recorded webinars. 

What Should Parents Expect from the School SENCo.

Presented by Helen McGarry, Assistant Director of Teaching and Learning at The Heath Family NW. 

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What is the Best Kind of School for Children with SEN? 

Presented by Colin Foley, National Training Director of the ADHD Foundation. 

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 A Young Person’s Perspective: What Parents Need to Know About their Child’s ADHD.

Presented by Marcus Wilton, Youth Advocate. 

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A Young Person’s Approach: Helping Teachers Support the Mental Health of Young People with ADHD.

Presented by J Grange, Rapper, Song Writer and Mental Health and Neurodiversity Advocate. 

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ADHD & Girls 

Presented by Val Ivens, ADHD Consultant, Anna Munt, Youth advocate and Eva Akins, Partner and Head of Education Law for Russell Cooke. 

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Special Educational Needs – Transitioning from Early Years to Primary.

Presented by Emma Weaver, Director of Early Year's Services for the ADHD Foundation. 

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How and why we Should Celebrate Neurodiversity?

Presented by Louise De Hayes, Regional Director of Education for Witherslack Group. 

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The Recovery Curriculum Supporting and Nurturing our Children's Mental Health after the Pandemic.

Presented by Dr Tony Lloyd, CEO of the ADHD Foundation. 

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