Guest Blog

Positive representation of ADHD and Dyslexia in Percy Jackson and the Olympians

With Percy Jackson gaining popularity thanks to its new Disney Plus series, “Percy Jackson and the Olympians”, it seems like an excellent time to take a look at what the series got right in its representation of ADHD and dyslexia. Created by the original author Rick Riordan and showrunner Jonathan E. Steinberg, the series follows […]


Actually Education Neurodiversity Stories – Charis Pavely

Actually Education are committed to sharing and spreading great advice and stories from the world of neurodiversity. As a part of our discussions with the community, and our research, we hope to also share our conversations with fascinating individuals we meet along the way. Charis Pavely has just signed her first contract in professional cricket […]

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Visual Guidelines for a Neurodiverse Audience

As Actually Education grow as an organisation we continue to learn things ourselves too! Recently, our Marketing Advisor, Hannah Barnao looked into visual guidelines for our own resources and materials and in this blog we wanted to share some of our findings with everyone including links to helpful articles and studies and our conclusions. Design […]