Neurodiversity

9 Engaging Activities For Neurodiverse Kids

Activities for neurodiverse kids should be flexible, inclusive and designed to meet various sensory, social, and developmental needs.

Helping Dyslexic Children Recognise Their Unique Thinking Skills Beyond Exams

Dyslexic Thinkers have incredible strengths in creativity, problem-solving and communication skills. Sadly, traditional benchmarking in schools means exams can’t always measure the valuable Dyslexic Thinking skills that dyslexic children have. By focusing on their dyslexic strengths, they can and will go far!

Best Fidget Toys For Kids

Fidget toys can be really helpful for kids with ADHD, as they can provide a physical outlet for excess energy and help improve focus and concentration. 

Parental Control, Ep: 102 Neurodiversity And Nutrition With Expert Lucinda Miller

We talk to Lucinda Miller about the importance of what we feed our neurodiverse children and families with literally hundreds of tips and hacks for us all. 

Parental Control, Ep 92: Parenting A Child With ADHD – Here’s What You Need To Know

Education expert and ADHD coach Dr Michal Solomonovich joins the show to discuss strategies for parenting ADHD kids.

5 Signs That Led Me To Seek An ADHD Assessment At 29

Alice Gendron, the author behind “The Mini ADHD Coach,” dives into the reasons behind her decision to undergo an adult ADHD assessment.

Top 5 Games For SEND Support

Orchard Toys games are designed with education in mind and feature fun gameplay, bright and colourful illustrations, with durable, thick, quality card pieces, and More

Benefits Of Play For Children With Autism

We find out how the right kind of play can have all sorts of benefits for children with autism, together with tips for parents on how to engage their children. 

Parental Control, Ep 80: Does My Child Have ADHD? Signs, Symptoms And How To Get Help

Managing director and lead therapist of Headstuff ADHD Therapy Sarah Templeton joins the show to discuss ADHD in young children.

Parental Control, Ep 79: Food, Mood And Gut Health For The Whole Family

Naturdoc’s founder and clinical lead Lucinda Miller joins Parental Control to discuss family nutrition, gut health and more.

The Dos And Don’ts Of Parenting A Child With ADHD

ADHD coach Leanne Maskell on how to help your child get off to the best start by using an ADHD-lens of parenting.

9 Tips For Surviving Christmas With Your ADHD Child

ADHD expert Sarah Templeton is on hand with her top tips for a harmonious home throughout the festive season.

Top Tips For Helping Your Dyslexic Teen With Their Revision

Dyslexia can make it difficult for your teen to concentrate and copy out text, both of which are skills needed for traditional exam preparation.

What is Inattentive ADHD And Why Is It So Hard To Spot?

Inattentive ADHD children are often thought to be ‘in their own world’ or ‘away with the fairies’.

autism and girls

Autism in Girls: Does My Daughter Have Autism?

Find out why many autistic females often miss out on an autism diagnosis or can be misdiagnosed with other conditions.

5 Tips To Help Dyslexics Learn Tricky Spelling

Founder and CEO of global charity Made By Dyslexia Kate Griggs shares her expert tips to help dyslexics learn tricky spellings. 

The Best Schools In The UK For SEND

When it comes to finding the right school for a child with SEND, it’s often difficult to know where to begin. Talk Education are on hand with some brilliant advice and recommendations.

New Online Dyslexia Screener Tool Launches And It’s Free For UK Schools To Use

The FREE Dyslexia Screener Tool is a simple online test that can be taken in around 30 minutes to screen pupils aged 8 and over for dyslexia. 

Parental Control, Ep 47: Leo Discusses All Things Dyslexia With The Founder Of Speechify, Cliff Weitzman

Today we are chatting with Cliff Weitzman, an American entrepreneur, and the brains and the energy behind the amazing app Speechify,

What IS Dyslexia? The Must-Watch Ted-Ed Video

What IS dyslexia? Dyslexia affects up to 1 in 5 people, but the experience of dyslexia isn’t always the same.

Leonora’s Lowdown On Dyslexia, Neurodiversity And Helpful Resources

They say that you can’t diagnose a child with dyslexia until they’re 7 years old but I knew that something wasn’t quite right much earlier.

Great Children’s Books For Reluctant Readers This Christmas Season

Our suggestions feature brilliant artwork, accessible lengths, fun activities and specific dyslexia-friendly titles to help make reading fun again.

Is My Child Dyslexic

How Do I Know If My Child Is Dyslexic?

Dyslexia is not the same for everyone: it can be mild or severe and it varies depending on other strengths or difficulties that person may have. More importantly, it varies depending on the kind of support and encouragement that is given at school and at home.

How to Cure Dyslexia

How To Cure Dyslexia And Dyspraxia 

The reality is important to recognise and remember, that every child is different. A ‘one size fits all’ model is just not possible.

10 Things You Should Know About New Ground-Breaking App For Dyslexia

GoLexic’s mission to support children and their parents. The main goal of GoLexic is to support children and their parents by making it easier to improve reading and writing skills.