On the Flo Publications Ltd website you can order our books on special education using multisensory techniques and see details of forthcoming training courses, workshops and special events organised by FPL in the coming year.
The Cutting Edge!
Join Flo Longhorn's two-day epic Forum in London on 29 and 30 November 2018.
The Forum will be held at the Swiss Cottage School Conference Centre, site of last year's highly successful FPL Two-day Forum 'No Ticks - No Boxes: Outstanding Practice in the Education of SLD/PMLD Learners' that featured 20 Presenters and a wide range of topics. This year's Forum follows the same format, with more than 20 cutting-edge special education topics being presented by more than 20 speakers - including special education researchers, authors, teachers and practitioners. Another event not to be missed! Get more information and booking forms on The Cutting Edge.
New! Download the full 2-day Programme here (PDF).
For more information about training opportunities from our associates, see the Resources pages, where you will find training information fromThe Sensory Projects and Sensory Spectacle, plus information on new publications from practitioners in the field of special education, including Very Special Maths by Les Staves.
The Sensory Projects
The Sensory Projects believe that with the right knowledge and a little creativity inexpensive resources can become effective tools for inclusion. The Sensory Projects provide training across the UK and consults internationally on sensory engagement and inclusion. For more information please visit The Sensory Projects or connect via social media. Learn more about Training Resources from Jo Grace.
Sensory Spectacle creates immersive learning experiences to educate about and form a better awareness of Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Our workshops and installations give you an opportunity of experiencing first-hand how a SPD might impact your life allowing for greater awareness and understanding of auditory, visual, tactile, smell, taste, proprioceptive and vestibular difficulties. Look for more information about the Sensory Spectacle workshops in 2018 or visit our Resources pages.