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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

Autism: where we are in 2019

Mark Lever looks at what it’s like to be autistic and examines the state of public understanding of autism

Game changers

Autistic people have changed the world, now the world has to change to understand them, writes Deborah Brownson

Breaking down barriers

Victoria Doxat explores the wide-ranging benefits of playing musical instruments for children with autism and SPD

Don’t panic, it’s only a neurodevelopmental difference!

The remedy for autism’s seeming invisibility in our schools may be simpler than we think, writes Clare Lawrence

Acting autistic

Lucy Pottinger looks at portrayals of autism in popular culture and their impact on autism awareness

Autism alters the brain

A new approach for those researching autism may be on the horizon following the publication of a US study which suggests that the brains...

Book Reviews

Teaching Dyslexic Students: Theory and Practice

Lynn Lovell is head of Professional Practice at the British Dyslexia Association. She has completed an MA in Specific Learning Difficulties with a focus...