Explore our blog to discover discussions on good autism practice, exclusion, the four key areas of difference and more...
It’s Autism Awareness Week 29th March – 5th April 2021 and at Autism Education Trust, we have gathered our resources for practitioners and parents to support educational recovery after lockdown.
Interests and information processing, Social understanding
AnnMarie, mother of Charlotte and Georgiana, sat down with Nicola, a member of the AET team to discuss her experiences home-schooling an autistic child during lockdown.
Parents, Home learning
Debbie Potter, mother of Lizzie, sat down with Nicola, a member of the AET team to discuss her experiences of autism and home-schooling during lockdown.
Parents, Schools, Home learning, Transition
Our guest blogger, Wilf Parsons from Life Support Productions discusses Relationships and Sex Education for autistic students. He considers new legislation, accessibility and the anxiety some parents must feel in giving their child the best possible support.
Interests and information processing, Understanding emotions, Social understanding, Building relationships
Our guest blogger, Alex Manners, believes that you should never let your circumstances hold you back. He is sharing with us his thoughts about all the things that he has learnt during the lockdowns. A huge thank you to Alex for this great article.
Interests and information processing, Understanding emotions
Our very first vlog! Find out what autism and education mean to Ollie, Sam, Bella, Georgia and Jacob (members of the AYE Panel), and how it affected them when their learning support assistant was not in.
Interests and information processing, The individual pupil
We are celebrating Halloween with an excellent blog post about autism and literal thinking.
Interests and information processing