Professionals and parents
Working with children and young people with SEND
These resources provide topics and suggestions for starting and having discussions with neurodiverse young people about their online experiences. The films explore the challenges that neurodiverse young people may face online with regards to rigid thinking, discerning who or what is truthful online and situations that can lead to strong emotions.
Consider what is ‘true’ online
Managing strong emotions
Challenging rigid thinking
Parents and carers – Challenges
Parents and carers – Strategies to support
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