Learning is a key part of our lives. It is how we develop as individuals, trying new things as well as developing the skills we already have. We all have our own learning preferences and styles. Some people like to watch others before trying something, some like to read instructions following them step by step whilst others will just give things a go. We all have different strengths when it comes to learning styles.
Children with neurodevelopmental needs may show a particular learning style preference. Understanding what this may be as well as the ways to support this but also introduce new learning styles helps to ensure they develop their skills in the most effective way.
The resources on this page are to try and help adults in supporting a child or young person’s learning. The resources include useful websites, webinars and courses that you may find useful.