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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...

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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...

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...

“I’m autistic; now what?”

Emily Niner explains some of the barriers facing teenagersseeking support following an autism diagnosis Getting an autism diagnosis often takes a long time and once...

The art of inclusion

Leo Capella explains why relaxed performances are a cultural innovation that should run and run

Reaching their potential

Alison Worsley outlines some practical solutions to help teachers support pupils with autism

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