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Why do we need better diagnostics for ASD?

Zafer Elcik looks at the gender bias in the diagnosis of ASD and highlights recent research which indicates presentation of ASD in girls may...

Approaching Autistic Adulthood: The Road Less Travelled

Grace Liu has been blogging about autism since 2013. She has written for the National Autistic Society and appeared on podcasts. The book opens...

Across the Spectrum: A Journey Towards Understanding and Supporting Individuals With...

The authors share experience of working as headteachers in specialist schools/ provision and Francine Brower has also worked as a review team leader and...

SEN117 : March/April 2022

Read SEN Magazine SEN117: March/April 2022 here As we await the upcoming and, hopefully, comprehensive SEND review, it is reassuring to know that Members of...

Building a life from neurodiversity

Giuliana Wheater describes her son’s journey with autism. Autism and neurodiversity are what I live and breathe for, both personally and professionally. Having had to...

We all think differently!

Alex Robinson, Nicola Williams and Dr Rebecca Docherty describe their work on the key issue of developing an awareness of self. Noticing differences It’s hard to...

SEN116 : January/February 2022

Read SEN Magazine SEN116: January/February 2022 here The field of SEND is a very broad area, it embraces a wide range of specialists and...

Non-attendance of autistic pupils and trauma

Kat Williams provides a stark insight into the reasons for non-attendance and what is needed to combat this issue. Numerous issues appear to impact autistic...

Play can boost relationships…but it won’t ‘reverse’ autism

Elise Stirling responds with a neurodiverse perspective to the idea of autism being a reversible condition. Recently, headlines such as “Early baby therapy could reduce autism...

DFN Project Search leading the way for young people with hidden...

During UK Disability History Month we hear about Claire Cookson's mission to get 10,000 young people with learning disabilities and autism into work in...

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