Taking regular exercise is important for everyone, but it can be especially transformative for those with neurodiverse conditions. Here are some of the ways regular, and if possible varied, exercise can help neurodiverse children.
If you suspect your child has ADHD or other Neurodiverse conditions, use this quick and easy ADHD symptom checker before getting an official diagnosis.
More tips can help you support your child while waiting for an official ADHD diagnosis or if your child’s condition is undiagnosed. Check this blog post, and read about the best tips for supporting your child from a parent’s perspective.
Check this list of recommended books and resources from us here at SenLife to help Neurodiverse families support their children better.
A Local Offer is a resource each Local Authority provides that informs people about the available support services in their local area.
But there can be challenges. Read more about it in this post.
Discover the process of obtaining an ADHD diagnosis through the NHS and explore your rights under the NHS Right to Choose. Learn about referral wait times, choosing healthcare professionals, accessing medical records, and expressing your preferences for your child’s care.
Explore a comprehensive overview of available therapies for children with ADHD. Discover how behavioural therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, social skills training, medications, sensory integration therapy, music therapy, art therapy, animal-assisted therapy, and parent and family support can support your child’s development.
Sensory Support from Personal Experience, by Mum of a Boy with ASD Our youngest son is 12 years old. He was diagnosed as nonverbal autistic with sensory processing disorder at 2.5 years old.He has a large vocabulary now but can only manage short sentences or 2/3 word communication. His level of understanding varies from age […]
Positive reinforcement is a technique for behavior management that focuses on acknowledging and rewarding desirable behavior in neurodiverse children. To implement positive reinforcement effectively, it’s essential to understand your child’s unique strengths, provide feedback, use rewards, and encourage self-reflection. Read more from the following blog post.
After getting an ASD official diagnosis for your child, it’s best to make an ASD assessment to help you better support your child.