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Expert resources to help you support your children whilst at home.

Please check this page regularly as we continue to add more short videos, downloadable guides & blog posts provided by a range of experts.

Lindsay Peer


Dr Lindsay Peer

Educational Psychologist

Peer Gordon Associates


Peer Gordon Associates help children, adolescents and adults with special educational needs fulfil their academic, social and emotional potential. We can offer guidance for home, school and Further/Higher Education institutions as well as in the workplace.

Lindsay also acts as an Expert Witness in SEN cases at Tribunals, specialising in: Dyslexia, DCD/Dyspraxia, AD/HD, ASD/Asperger’s Syndrome, Speech and Language Difficulties, Auditory Processing Disorder, Hearing Impairment, Global Delay, and Moderate Learning Difficulties.

Educational Psychologist Dr Lindsey Peer - The Emotional Side of Dyslexia.

Jane West


Jane West


Jane West Physiotherapy


Jane West is an Independent Physiotherapist and a member of The British Association of Bobath Trained Therapists, HPC registered and a member of the CSP and APCP (Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapist).

Jane enjoys working with children/young adults & their families in order to provide a professional and flexible Physiotherapy service that meets the needs of the child/young adult and their family in a variety of settings. Jane is also happy to liaise with other health professionals/ statutory bodies in order to provide a comprehensive and holistic package of care for the individual.

Jane West, Physiotherapist - Bike riding techniques for Children with co-ordination difficulties.


Melinda Eriksen

Melinda Eriksen

Occupational Therapist

Children's Occupational Therapy Services Ltd.


I am Melinda Eriksen (BApp Sc.OT), an Occupational Therapist registered with the Health Professions Council. My specialist field is the inclusion of children with special needs in their educational setting, whether it is a mainstream or special needs school.


In each setting I have worked, I have provided direct intervention for children as well as advice and training for educational, medical and health professional staff to assist children to reach their full educational potential.

Melinda Eriksen, Paediatric Occupational Therapist - exercises to do with your children at home.


Juanita Hurley

Juanita Hurley

Speech and Language Therapist



I was most recently employed by a mainstream secondary school in the London Borough of Hackney. My role within this setting was to manage and deliver services to students with SEN within the school. In practice this meant that I had a broad caseload of students who presented with disorders of communication such as ASD, SCLN, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Developmental Language Disorders amongst others. I am now a director of The London Autism Assessment Practice (LAAP), where I regularly undertake multi - disciplinary diagnostic assessments.

Juanita Hurley, Specialist Speech and Language Therapist - Supporting your Child's language at home.


Aniesa Blore

Aniesa Blore

Occupational Therapist

Sensational Kids Therapy

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Aniesa completed her degree in Occupational Therapy in 1999 at the University of Stellenbosch, in South Africa. She has since been focusing on paediatrics and sensory processing and integration. She has worked across a range of paediatric fields and has extensive experience in children’s issues from autism to learning difficulties. Her speciality areas of practice include Sensory Processing Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Delays and Dyspraxia. Aniesa has extensive experience in using standardised and non-standardised assessment for establishing a baseline on which intervention can be delivered and continually evaluated.

Aniesa Blore, Paediatric Occupational Therapist - Breathing exercise to calm anxiety in children.


Sharon Horswell

Sharon Horswell

Speech & Language Therapist

Autism Hope and Future

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Sharon is a Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapist in the fields of Autism and Complex Communication Difficulties.

She worked for the NHS in a lead clinical role for South and West Devon for more than 15 of her 29 employed years. She then embarked on an independent career, and established Autism Hope and Future in January 2016.

Sharon has specialist training and experience in assessing and diagnosing complex communication difficulties. She provides ongoing treatment, using a wide range of approaches with proven efficacy, to enable her clients – both adults and children - to meet their social and communicative potential. She is also an experienced trainer for education and health providers.

In addition, she provides a service as an expert witness for SEND tribunals, and travels widely in this work.

Sharon Horswell, Speech and Language Therapist - Building social skills at home with LEGO

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