Interview with Supermamsen THRIVE Nordics: Was there a specific moment in time when you realized you absolutely had to take your thoughts and experience to a public arena and begin publishing? Supermamsen: As a mother, I felt very alone in our difficult situation. I then wished that there was something […]

During Summer & Autumn of 2020 we welcomed parents to share what their vision of an ideal school situation for their child is. Below are some of the ideas and visions that were sent to us. “A school that understands and accepts that kids need individual treatment and support. No […]

Inspiration for a Nordic Chapter of SENIA The following is a compilation of responses from SENIA board members as organized by April Remfrey. On the establishment, history & mission of SENIA SENIA: SENIA was started by a group of international school teachers in China in 2002. The goal was to […]

By Annie Mattsson It’s not easy to know what words to use when talking about disabilities. The accepted terms change over time, and different communities and institutions give different recommendations. That “idiot” is offensive is obvious. Most of us know not to use “retarded” or the Swedish “efterbliven”, but is […]