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Proud To Support

S.E.N.D Reform England are proud to support and work with a number of

businesses, campaigns and charities that are aligned to our vision

of a more inclusive world for ALL disabled people.



Meet Sophie Cook, author of The PDA-Saurus and content creator.

Sophie helps children with Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) through her beautiful book, The PDA-saurus. The story follows a young dinosaur on an adventure to find her autonomy. Order Here


Sophie also shares her experience with parents and careers everyday through her social media. Check her out on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok

Special Needs Jungle creates easy to understand resources, articles and information for parents and carers of children with special needs, disabilities and health conditions to better enable them to navigate the special needs system.

They aim to inform, educate and empower families to self-advocate confidently, so children get the help they need to live the best life they can.

Check out their website for more information here

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SENvisible was set up by a married couple with two Neurodiverse children. Their experiences of navigating the school and local authority systems inspired them to set up a space for SEN parents, to learn from one another and ultimately help one another in securing the best outcomes possible for their young people. 

Check out their website here and follow on Facebook and Instagram

The Autism Apprentice offer a wide rage of support to families caring for autistic individuals, including advice clinics, private consultancy services and courses. 

Sarah, Odette and Michelle are parents to children and adults with broad and complex needs. This gives them a unique and essential depth of understanding, personal knowledge and hands on experience. All have a determination to make the future brighter for others. 

Check out their website here

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Thank you

Thank you to the below businesses that have donated their time, expertise and products in support of

SEND Reform England.

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