Copyright Policy

Terms of use of this website
Permission to reprint, link to or reuse material

Welcome to Neurosensory.
Neurosensory has created this website for your use and enjoyment. Please note: by accessing or using our website you agree to the terms of use of our website as set out below. These terms and conditions of use include our legal disclaimer, our privacy policy and any other terms or conditions on this website. 

We can change the Terms of Use at our discretion and without notice to you. By continuing to use our website you accept the Terms of Use as they apply from time to time. A copy of our current Terms of Use is displayed on our website. This legal disclaimer is in no way limited or altered by any other terms or conditions on this website.

Website material - not PROFESSIONAL advice about learning disorders

The content on this website is only provided as an overview on matters of interest concerning learning disorders. The comments found here are not comprehensive nor do they constitute professional advice about learning disorders and learning difficulties. We try to ensure that the content of our website is up-to-date but we do not guarantee either its accuracy or currency. 

You should seek professional advice from an educational specialist or suitably qualified person regarding any learning disorders or learning difficulties before acting or relying on any of the content of this website.


Thank you for obtaining permission from Neurosensory to reprint or use publications created by Neurosensory. Neurosensory allows access to its original materials to professionals and professional bodies to help parents and educators provide support to children and adults with learning disorders or learning disabilities. 

Neurosensory is also happy to provide its own copyright material for the media and for those organisations and individuals who engage in policy and advocacy pursuits in support of those with learning disorders and learning difficulties. 

Important: There are articles on the Neurosensory’s website provided by third parties for which we have permission to publish but over which we do not hold copyright. We are not capable of granting permission for their use and users of our website must be aware that reprinting third-party articles on our website without the express permission of the owner of the copyright is a breach of copyright. Such breaches could result in legal action being taken against you by a range of interested parties. We strongly advise that formal permission is sought to republish third-party material from those who hold copyright over it.

Linking to articles on our website

Committed to the dissemination of as much accurate and ethical information as possible about learning disorders we are pleased to share our material with you so that you can publish that material on your website, in your email or by social media. We will allow you to include a link directly to the article for publication from your website to ours. 

While no formal permission is required for the original material published by Neurosensory, we again draw your attention to the need to resolve potential copyright issues if you reproduce third-party material or link to third-party material on our website without clarifying who owns copyright.

You are not required to seek our formal permission to link to our own original articles over which we hold copyright.

Do you wish to reproduce or post Neurosensory’s articles on your own website?

If you would like to post one of Neurosensory’s articles on another website please contact us. In certain circumstances we will charge a license fee. However in the case of not for profit organisation’s we will reduce or waive the fee.

Request articles to be reproduced in print publications

Neurosensory support requests for the republication of our original material in print media including, newspapers, newsletters, magazines, and flyers. Please email us to request a 'Reprint Permission Request Form'. In certain circumstances we will charge a license fee. However in the case of not for profit organisations we will either reduce or waive the fee.

Guidelines for reprinting original materials

  • When you are reprinting original articles written by Neurosensory articles must be reprinted in full and no changes to the copy made. 
  • Full attribution must be made under Neurosensory’s by-line. You must include the title of the article, the author’s name, and the name of our organisation. If no author is provided you must credit Neurosensory by using our full name and inserting the copyright symbol using words to the effect of, “this article has been provided by Neurosensory. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission of Neurosensory.
  • If you are unclear how to reference please contact us.

Photocopying of articles

Neurosensory grants permission to reproduce articles bearing our copyright by downloading and photocopying those articles. 

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