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Inspiring best practice in inclusive education: how to help children with special educational needs and disabilities to get the best from their schooling

Wendy Barbara Fidler

Learn new skills and strategies to support ALL children to access their education at school.Discover the impact on children’s education when their attention, balance, movement, coordination or sensory integration is disordered.
Explore how to support children with dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism, ADHD, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and more. Practice the therapeutic use of the Montessori sensorial materials as used at MEfA Montessori.

Wendy Barbara Fidleris an award winning Montessori teacher, trainer and author, and has lectured extensively across six continents. Her training courses, seminars and workshops focus on supporting children with special educational needs and disabilities, and the adults who live and work with them. Wendy is the academic director of the charity Montessori Education for Autism (MEfA), which is headquartered in London, UK. MEfA Montessori School runs therapeutic classes for babies, toddlers and children of school age. The flagship programme is the Montessori Moles, an after-school nurture group for children with autism and other special needs, and children otherwise ‘missing education’.