Collecting 'Great Minds' to work together on our journey to help solve the SEND crisis for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities and/or social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs. We will be discussing how education and social care impact these children, young people and their families and sharing good practice on how we can make the system better with a variety of guest speakers including parents, professionals and children.
Autism Peer Education Evaluation
Here we discuss the evaluation of our most recent project delivered in partnership with NHS Health Education England. www.autismpeer.education www.greatmindstogether.co.uk
Season 2 - EPISODE FOUR - PDA Society
During this episode we are joined by Vikki Threlfall and Paula Webb from PDA Society. Vikki and Paula share a helpful insight as to how and why PDA society was formed, and provide important information for parents and professionals from supportive...
Season 2 - EPISODE THREE - Garry Freeman
Garry shares some of his personal experiences in this episode, along with some helpful information on supporting young people that may struggle to regulate their emotions.
Season 2 - EPISODE TWO - Geraldine Hills - Emotional Resilience
Geraldine Hills talks about emotional resilience and how important this is to practice now more than ever. https://www.inclusivechoice.com/https://greatmindstogether.co.uk/
Season 2 - EPISODE ONE - Andy Smith - Spectrum Gaming
In this episode we talk to Andy Smith, founder of Spectrum Gaming. We ask questions on behalf of parents and carers and talk about a range of things including the importance of language and the importance of working in partnership with parents and...
BONUS EPISODE - Talking transition after lockdown on BBC Radio Manchester
One of our Directors gives advice about transition for children and young people with special educational needs in this BBC Radio Manchester episode. Emma Mander talks about how we need to look out for the children and young people that may have an...