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Back-to-School and Covid-19 Information Centre

We are here to help you support autistic children and young people during the Covid-19 pandemic and transition back to school.

You can find below our latest Tools for Teachers Covid-19 edition booklet and a wealth of support materials from our partners across England including two detailed case studies with practical planning tools, impact assessment and sensory profiles. 

All of our Covid-19 content is free to access and download. Our popular Tools for Teachers resource normally cost £40 for individuals and £150 for organisations but, in response to the circumstances, we have created a complementary collection of 6 tools that we think you will find most helpful in the current situation.

Make Remote Learning Accessible

A short guide for education professionals on how to make remote learning more accessible for all pupils

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Learning from the Covid-19 Pandemic

Improve engaged learning for autistic pupils – with two detailed case studies, planning tools and impact assessment.

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The A Blog

Prominent autism education specialists share their thoughts and experiences about current topics, including the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

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Tools for Teachers Covid-19 Edition

Six essential tools for teachers supporting autistic children and young people through home-schooling and transition back to school.

 

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VIDEOS: Lockdown and School Support

Videos created by Autism Centre for Education and Research (ACER), University of Birmingham, discussing lockdown, school, home education, transition back to school and more…

 

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Home Education

Two new resources offering parents advice and support for home education. ‘Know Your Rights’ and ‘Top Tips and Strategies’. 

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Activity and Routine Planners

Interactive daily and weekly planners created by our partner, Ambitious about Autism.

 

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Good Autism Practice Guidance

These three linked resources present the evidence for, and define and illustrate, eight principles of good autism practice to help education practitioners understand autism.

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Coronavirus and helping autistic children

Advice from Dr. Carla Stavrou, Senior Education Psychologist, and her team at Cambridgeshire County Council.

 

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Transition Back to School

6 video presentations and additional resources to help you support pupils returning to educational settings after the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

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Tools for Teachers

A practical resource designed to support teachers to work effectively with pupils on the autism spectrum.

 

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Coronavirus Information Hub

Advice and information for parents and people on the autism spectrum from our partner, The National Autistic Society.

 

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Managing Anxiety and Isolation

Tips for families and young people on managing anxiety and isolation, created by the AET Young Persons Panel.

 

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