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Scope has adapted the award-winning Mindful Monsters activities especially for the classroom to help children learn mindfulness activities in a fun and interactive way. Mindful Monsters Week is a constructive way of introducing these fun and interactive activities to your students over the course of a week to improve positivity, creativity, relaxation, concentration and resilience. By signing up, you’ll get free and exclusive content and instructions on how to plan your week.

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Scope has adapted the award-winning Mindful Monsters activities especially for the classroom to help children learn mindfulness activities in a fun and interactive way. Mindful Monsters Week is a constructive way of introducing these fun and interactive activities to your students over the course of a week to improve positivity, creativity, relaxation, concentration and resilience. By signing up, you’ll get free and exclusive content and instructions on how to plan your week.
Jacob's Traffic Jam storybook
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Jacob's Traffic Jam storybook

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This illustrated pdf storybook helps explain cerebral palsy to young children and how messages in a child’s brain can sometimes get “stuck in traffic”.
Fun in the Sun storybook
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Fun in the Sun storybook

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Illustrated early years pdf storybook from the UK disability charity Scope showing how tube-feeding doesn't stop young disabled children having fun.
Disabled people as consumers
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Disabled people as consumers

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Speaking for Ourselves podcast on disabled customers, from the oral history of people with cerebral palsy produced by the disability charity Scope. Disabled people in the UK represent a market worth £80 billion a year and yet they are not always treated as valuable customers.
What is the social model of disability?
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What is the social model of disability?

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In this film, we ask prominent disabled people from the disability community what is the social model of disability, and why is it important to them? The social model of disability says that disability is caused by the way society is organised, rather than by a person’s impairment or difference. It looks at ways of removing barriers that restrict life choices for disabled people. When barriers are removed, disabled people can be independent and equal in society, with choice and control over their own lives.
Sleep difficulties in disabled children
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Sleep difficulties in disabled children

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It is estimated that 5% of eight-year-old children wake regularly during the night. Approximately 12% of all eight-year-olds have problems settling to sleep. Research has shown that, whilst the vast majority improve over time, disabled children are more likely to have persistent problems in settling to sleep.