Tag Archives: Autism

New: The Elephants in the Classroom

The Elephants in the Classroom: Uncovering Every Student’s Natural Power of Mental Imagery to Enhance Learning My latest book, The Elephants in the Classroom talks directly to parents and teachers, providing a much-needed new perspective on the explosion of learning difficulties in our … Continue reading

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Empowering Learning in offender rehabilitation

A few years ago, Olive Hickmott was approached by David Apparicio and Jackie Hewitt-Main separately, two entrepreneurs, whom had a passion for working with offenders in custody to give them a second chance in life. This is a brief review … Continue reading

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Research into who has good mental images

This morning on BBC Breakfast TV, Prof Adam Zeman, University of Exeter discussed what he is calling Aphantasia, the inability of some people to see mental images. He says Aphantasia is not a disorder, disability or a condition, it is just … Continue reading

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48XXYY children take to improving literacy through mental imagery

In May I was asked to speak at the 1st 48XXYY Conference in the UK, organised by the amazing #JocelynEldridge; an amazing 3 days, full of useful information. I worked with some of the boys in mini-workshops, teaching them how … Continue reading

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Your gut brain and Autism

Many people are fully aware of all the various problems people have with their gut, when on the Autistic Spectrum; food intolerances, sickness, allergies, diarrhea, etc. Fear and anxiety, another common symptom, is also felt in your gut. At Empowering … Continue reading

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#worldautismawareness Learn how mental imagery relates to Autism

Our own mental imagery are very significant for lots of learning difficulties, including behavioural, emotional and social challenges, such as ADHD, Asperger’s, Autism and Dyslexia Join our bitesize teleseminar, offered as part of World Autism Awareness Week, and find out … Continue reading

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Paul Isacs talks about his Autism on Youtube

Paul has a fantastic group of videos on youtube, explaining many aspects of Autism and his journey.  The videos are full of explanation, insights and really useful help; an inspiration to many. Here are a few to start with: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oGhqdvmolcContinue reading

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