Top Tips for Parenting Children with ADHD by Stephanie Camilleri

Stephanie was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult following the diagnosis of two of her daughters.  A former Magic Circle Lawyer working in Banking, Stephanie is the founder of The ADHD Advocate and co-founder of the ADHD Unlocked Membership Community. She has helped educate and inspire students and their parents, professionals, entrepreneurs and creatives to understand and embrace their ADHD, … Read More

Reframing autism: how working with the body can build emotional and physical resilience

Holly Bridges Holly Bridges is an award-winning Australian therapist, keynote speaker and the author of the internationally acclaimed book, ‘Reframe Your Thinking Around Autism’. Holly has developed the Autism Reframe Therapy program (A.R.T.) which incorporates the principles of co-design and brain plasticity. She works with families and practitioners, teaching techniques that help to restore the connection between the brain and … Read More

The impact of early years development with Sophie Thwaites

Sophie Thwaites is a specialist Occupational Therapist, who typically works with children aged between 8-12 years old, who are struggling to read, write, sit still and coordinate their body. She helps to find the source of their challenges and permanently reduce them; ultimately allowing them to unlock their potential, enjoy learning, and grow in confidence. Understanding how the first few … Read More

Would you like to join our team?

We’re looking for an administrative assistant to join our vibrant team in Battersea, could that be you?    About Sen Talk Sen Talk is a unique non-for-profit organisation based in Battersea with aims to provide better outcomes for children with special educational needs of school age. The organisation is dedicated to improving the emotional and social development of children with … Read More

Managing self isolation with Sensory Kids

Top tips for parents managing sensory children at home- Guest blog written by Jessica Dark With the recent outbreak of coronavirus we have now been advised to self-isolate. Many of us parents are already starting to panic as to how we will entertain the children whilst maintaining the house and even possibly working from home at the same time. The … Read More

My Social Story – Why has Sen Talk stopped my session?

We understand that our children and young people may be finding it particularly difficult to adjust to the many changes in routine and structure and the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus. Although we are stopping our face-to-face service, we will still continue to work with families to provide the best support possible during these times. A way that we encourage … Read More

COVID-19: Update on service

  Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update on Sen Talk service CLOSURE OF FACE-TO-FACE SERVICES Dear service users, As you may be aware, we recently made the decision to reduce our service this week and have implemented some restrictions to prevent the possible spread of the coronavirus to protect vulnerable service users. We had intended to run our children’s service for as long as possible,  in … Read More

How playing can help our children’s well-being

About Aoife Gallagher Aoife Gallagher is the Lead Play Worker and Acting Children’s Programme Lead at SEN Talk. She manages and leads the three after school clubs and is working on a mentoring programme which will incorporate methods of play and art therapy, social and emotional development skills and mindfulness. She has a background in teaching through play and drama, … Read More