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πŸŽ… 21 days to go πŸŽ…The ADD-vance Advent Calendar - Top Tips to Survive the Festive Season.This year we are proud to be joining forces with Next Page Books, so as well as our 'Top Tips' for surviving the festive season, we will also be bringing you a daily Next Page Books recommendation for a book that champions neurodiversity. Available from Next Page Books & perfect for Christmas presents!Our book recommendation today is A Kind of Spark, written by Elle McNicoll.β€˜A Kind of Spark’ tells the story of 11-year-old Addie as she campaigns for a memorial in memory of the witch trials that took place in her Scottish hometown. Addie knows there’s more to the story of these β€˜witches’, just like there is more to hers. Can Addie challenge how the people in her town see her, and her autism, and make her voice heard?πŸŽ„ We hope you find these useful. Please feel free to share our tips & Next Page Books recommendations πŸŽ„nextpagebooks.co.uk/ ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸŽ… 22 days to go πŸŽ… The ADD-vance Advent Calendar - Top Tips to Survive the Festive Season.This year we are proud to be joining forces with Next Page Books Books, so as well as our 'Top Tips' for surviving the festive season, we will also be bringing you a daily Next Page Books recommendation for a book that champions neurodiversity. Available from Next Page Books & perfect for Christmas presents!Our book recommendation today is Wonderfully Wired Brains, written by Louise Gooding and illustrated by Ruth Burrows Illustration An inspirational book written by neurodiverse author Louise Gooding that challenges misconceptions and shows how neurodivergent brains work a little differently. Our brains are unique in the way they function, work, and think. Neurodiversity is still a relatively β€˜new’ concept that can be tricky to understand, but this book is here to help! It is common for neurodiverse people to feel as though they don’t fit in, but their extraordinary differences should be embraced. This book teaches children all about the awesome abilities that neurodiverse individuals have, introduces them to advocates who are challenging neurodiversity stereotypes, and most importantly gives them a safe space to feel accepted.πŸŽ„ We hope you find these useful. Please feel free to share our tips & Next Page Books recommendations πŸŽ„nextpagebooks.co.uk/ ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸŽ… 23 days to go πŸŽ… The ADD-vance Advent Calendar - Top Tips to Survive the Festive Season.This year we are proud to be joining forces with Next Page Books, so as well as our 'Top Tips' for surviving the festive season, we will also be bringing you a daily Next Page Books recommendation for a book that champions neurodiversity. Available from Next Page Books & perfect for Christmas presents!Our book recommendation today is, Lilly & Myles - The Torch, written by Jon Roberts and illustrated by Hannah Rounding.Accompanied by Myles, her assistance dog, Lilly sets off from Granny's house to explore. First she walks through the garden, then she visits the seashore. But when she comes to the big cave at the end of the beach her acute hearing means she is scared of the loud noise when she drops her torch. And what's that creature she can hear coming towards her?β€¦πŸŽ„ We hope you find these useful. Please feel free to share our tips & Next Page Books recommendations πŸŽ„nextpagebooks.co.uk/ ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸ“£ FREE ONLINE WORKSHOP for Herts parents & carers πŸ“£Tips & Tools for Managing Self-HarmMonday 4th December - 10 - 11.30amAnd don't worry if you can't join us 'live' because everyone who registers will receive a copy of the recording and resources afterwards to view for 7 days!Learning outcomes:πŸ‘‰Explore the definition of self-harmπŸ‘‰Discuss why neurodiverse children and young people might be at greater risk of self-harmπŸ‘‰Explore strategies to support a child or young person who self-harmsYour child doesn't need a formal diagnosis for you to attend. For full details and to book your FREE ticket, please see: tinyurl.com/2x48x2hh or scan the QR code in the image.*All workshops are funded by Hertfordshire County Council and are for Hertfordshire residents only, anyone registered for a workshop who is not from Hertfordshire will be unable to access the workshop* ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸŽ… 24 days to go πŸŽ… The ADD-vance Advent Calendar - Top Tips to Survive the Festive Season.This year we are proud to be joining forces with Next Page Books, so as well as our 'Top Tips' for surviving the festive season, we will also be bringing you a daily Next Page Books recommendation for a book that champions neurodiversity. Available from Next Page Books & perfect for Christmas presents!Our top tips will cover topics such as Preparing for Change, Sticking to a Schedule, Getting Used to Decorations, Planning for Specific Events, Explaining Father Christmas, Presents, Food and Support.πŸŽ„ We hope you find these useful. Please feel free to share our tips & Next Page Books recommendations πŸŽ„nextpagebooks.co.uk/ ... See MoreSee Less
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The ADD-vance Advent Calendar - Top Tips to Survive the Festive Season, with book recommendations from @nextpagebooksUK

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