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Kim Griffin
Our mission is to make OT designed sensory and and motor skills programmes affordable and accessible to all.
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Kim Griffin 2h
Getting ready for the business model canvas session at Cambridge Social Venture Weekend. Looking forward to meeting the entrepreneurs
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Kim Griffin 4h
30% of surveyed want to be stars or when they grow up. We saw this at our as well when children were asked to dress in the profession they want to be. Such a quick rate of change since I was a kid. Or I’m 😂😂
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ChatterPack 4h
Next month’s SEND newsletter is almost complete & will be out very soon 🎉 In addition to TWO brilliant guest blogs from & it’s packed full of ideas for summer holiday sensory fun! Still time to sign up:
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kmann 18h
Such important words on both pictures. It’s been an emotional few days but looking forward to my new challenge in September.
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Kim Griffin 20h
Getting reading to meet the delegates on the 17th social venture weekend.
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Kim Griffin 21h
Have you ever heard the word said by your OT but not really known what that long p-word means? If so then this post was written for you
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Kim Griffin 23h
Replying to @EA_Holmes
Seems to be. Not completely sure of details. Might be as correct as Boris’s Kippers 😂
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Kim Griffin 23h
looking forward to meeting the ventures on your weekender this afternoon
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Kim Griffin Jul 19
This seems long overdue but great to see. Public sector workers 'to get £2bn pay rise'
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Kim Griffin Jul 19
thanks for giving me opportunity to share some ideas with your readers this month
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Ann Memmott PGC Jul 17
To no surprise at all, 8 out of 10 autistic people happen because family, e.g. Mum or Dad, are autistic (& maybe don't know it...). It would be good if got itself into 2019 where autism is affirmed as a neurodiversity and not a fault, of course.
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Kim Griffin Jul 18
Replying to @kmbeard10
Sunshine yesterday at savile garden.
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Kim Griffin May 23
Educating and autism, with a particular focus on girls. Nice interview.
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Kim Griffin Jul 18
Replying to @mszgeog
Unfortunately. The lace of early intervention just creates so many more challenges later on.
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Kim Griffin Jul 18
huge shout out to Michelle for taking my parents on a quick tour to the older parts of the store! They loved it.
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Kim Griffin Jul 18
Not all behaviours are naughty - This post describes the developmental reasons you may see certain in
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SEN Resources Blog Jul 17
It’s nearly the ! Not all children manage the transition from school 🏫 to holidays ☀️ easily. Here’s our tips on How to Manage Changes in Routine for children  – Special Educational Needs Resources Blog
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UKEdChat.com Jul 17
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Tamsin Ford #FBPE 15 Sep 17
Please share our free infographic with advice for young people (and all of us) about how to cope with low moods
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Kim Griffin Jul 18
Replying to @mszgeog
There are definitely some fundamental problems in how the services are set up, the thresholds and the level of need. So little help at early stages, which leads to much bigger challenges later on.
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