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Below are the best videos we could find on Children’s Well-Being and neurodiversity.

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Kids With Tourette's Syndrome Talk About Experiences | Growing Up | Real Families

It is thought that one in 100 school children are affected by Tourette’s Syndrome, a neurological condition affecting the brain and nervous system that is characterised by involuntary, random sounds and movements, known as tics - most are boys.

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Invisible Diversity: A Story Of Undiagnosed Autism | Carrie Beckwith-Fellows | TEDxVilnius

What is autism and why is it difficult to get it diagnosed? In her talk Carrie shares her own personal journey towards diagnosis of autism: why it took 35 years, and what are the root causes for such invisible diversity?

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How to teach your Grade 2-3 dyslexic child to read

Parents and teachers must always remember that children with dyslexia can learn to read. Yes, it can be tricky and time consuming, but it can be done! It just takes a lot of patience on the part of parents, teachers, and children, as well as persistence and consistency.

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How to parent a child with Tourettes - Tourettes101

Learning to live with Tourette’s is a journey. Whether it’s your Tourette’s or that of your child. But knowledge is power. So I asked parents of Tourette’s children: “What do you wish you knew when you just found out your child has Tourette’s?”

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Tourette Syndrome: Support for Parents

Do you suspect that your child might have Tourette Syndrome? What are the challenges of Tourette - for your child and for you? Where can you turn for support?

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20 Things Only Parents Of Children With Dyslexia Would Understand

Dyslexia. It’s a word many parents dread when they hear it about their own children. Their “lay” minds take in that they have a child who will face struggles throughout their schooling and in life. Dyslexia never goes away.

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Help for Sensory Processing Issues: Strategies for Improved Learning in Neurodiverse Kids

What is sensory processing disorder? Sensory processing disorder is a neurodevelopmental condition where a child's experience of the senses is either heightened or dampened. It may be present by itself or wth other conditions such as ADHD or autism.

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Educating a Neurodiverse World | Brian Kinghorn | TEDxTeachersCollege

What kind of world would we have if we all realized what kind of mind we had and began appreciating it? What if we did the same for others? In this talk, Brian Kinghorn champions the cause of Neurodiversity, arguing that there is not just one “standard-issue” brain.

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Andrew Solomon on Autism

Far From the Tree is a revolutionary new book by Andrew Solomon that tells the stories of parents who not only learn to deal with their exceptional children but also find profound meaning in doing so.

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