Category: special educational needs

Review: DocsPlus

 Many of you will probably be familiar with Clicker, which is basically the ultimate child-friendly word processor (particularly great for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)). It has wonderful features such as word prediction, voice notes, picture support, and the ability to provide topic-specific Sentence Sets, […]

Review- EIGER Standing Desks

It’s not often that you come away from a conversation with someone having gained a whole new perspective on something. But this is exactly what happened to me the other week when I met Nick White for a coffee on Zoom. Nick is Managing Director and Founder of […]

Review: Colour Blindness and Me

I was sent the most amazing book recently – a fantastic book for teaching people all about Colour Blindness. And what makes it even more incredible, is that it’s been written by a 9 1/2 year old called Malachi Sawyer! NINE AND A HALF..how brilliant is that? ‘Colour […]