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Speaking for Ourselves teaching guide. UK disability charity Scope’s Speaking for Ourselves disability teaching pack.
Speaking for Ourselves lesson plans. Part of Scope’s Speaking for Ourselves disability teaching pack, these lesson plans will help support classroom discussion of diversity and the social model of disability.
Posters and displays
Speaking for Ourselves disability timeline poster. Part of Scope’s Speaking for Ourselves disability teaching pack, this colourful poster depicts significant landmarks for disabled people’s history in the last 100 years.
Speaking for Ourselves podcasts. Scope’s pioneering oral history of people with cerebral palsy, Speaking for Ourselves have produced podcasts on disabled people’s experiences of: Podcast 1: the consumer society Podcast 2: employment Pod…
Speaking for Ourselves video. Part of Scope’s Speaking for Ourselves teaching pack, this 15-minute video shows people with cerebral palsy talking about their lives in the twentieth century.
Learning Together toolkit. Learning Together is a set of education resources for supporting disabled children in mainstream schools. Learning Together covers inclusive learning, how children learn, impairments and conditions, subject areas…
Children with visual-motor perception difficulties. Children with cerebral palsy and similar neurological impairments may have difficulty judging space. This may mean they bump into others or into objects. In the playground they may rush a…
Conservation of number - games. Conservation of number is the stage where the child knows there are the same number of objects in a group however that group is structured.
Infant and child massage. Massage can be beneficial in many ways ranging from treating musculo-skeletal or sports injury and pain to a gentle relaxing treatment that will help us relax from the stresses and strains of everyday life.
Imagine the Difference. Imagine the Difference has been developed by UK disability charity Scope to help children at Key Stages 1 and 2 to understand that every human being is different, and that difference is a positive thing.
Sleep difficulties in disabled children. It is estimated that up to 20% of all two-year-old children and 5% of eight-year-old children wake regularly during the night. Approximately 12% of all eight-year-olds have problems settling to slee…
Drooling and cerebral palsy. Drooling (or dribbling) is the unintentional loss of saliva from the mouth. It occurs naturally in infants, but as the infant gets older it usually decreases. Daytime drooling stops within the first few years o…
Fun In The Sun storybook. Illustrated early years storybook from the UK disability charity Scope showing how being tube-fed doesn't stop disabled children having fun. 2012.
Positive storybooks featuring disabled characters. UK disability charity Scope's In the Picture campaign raises awareness of the need to include disabled children in the books they read. If you are looking for picture books that feature di…
Jacob’s Traffic Jam storybook. This illustrated storybook helps explain cerebral palsy to young children and how messages in a child’s brain can sometimes get “stuck in traffic”…