I offer a range of training on inclusion, ableism, neurodiversity and behaviour. Traditionally this is often referred to as Special Educational Needs (SEN). Still, in recent years, advocates and those with lived experience of disability have questioned how useful this term is for describing the range of diverse strengths and needs a child can have. We have also seen the term SEN misused to label and stigmatise children negatively. The training I offer takes a strengths-based and celebratory approach. I am also autistic and ADHD, so my training is informed by a lived experience of neurodivergence. If you wish to discuss your training needs, budget or preferences, please do not hesitate to contact me.