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The Subtle Spectrum: An Honest Account of Autistic Discovery, Relationships and...

Joanna Grace is the founder of The Sensory Projects and works as a sensory engagement and inclusion specialist. She has a background in working...

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...

Connecting & Communicating With Your Autistic Child: A Toolkit of Activities...

Tessa Morton and Jane Gurnett co-founded Act for Autism, to deliver country-wide training and to contribute to communityprojects. With qualifications and extensive experience in...

Quarter of autistic children wait over three years for support

Parents are facing exhausting and sometimes years-long battles to get support for autistic children in school, according to a damning new report from the National Autistic Society. The charity says...

How Can Professionals Best Support Autistic Parents?

Recognition and support Over the last decade it has become more widely accepted that autism is hereditary,  with studies estimating that 80% of autistic people...

We’re Not All Autistic

The phrase, “I am/we are all autistic” or some variation, has been heard uttered by Dave down the pub all the way to world-famous...

The disproportionate impact of the pandemic on children with SEND: is...

Debbie Craig explores the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on children with SEND and how innovative technology can help improve outcomes. No-one would dissent from the...

Autism: Are compensatory strategies a double-edged sword?

Dr Lucy Anne Livingston examines the trials and personal costs facing many autistic people as they struggle to appear “normal” A key characteristic of autism...

Creating a better future

James Cusack outlines some of the latest developments in autism research Like all of us, autistic people are unique. Despite being one diagnosis, autism is...

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