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St Mary’s University in London has been trialling our programme as part of their Initial Teacher Training course. Their feedback is very positive, so much so that they integrated parts of the AET programme in their curriculum. We talked to Professor Anna Lise Gordon, Interim Director, Institute of Education at the university about her experiences.
All involved in the AET programme have known just how hard everyone works on ensuring the exceptional quality of our programme, from board members, stakeholders and the Young Persons Panel to our training delivery partners. We don’t do this to win awards, we do this because we all believe in the importance of autism education and want to bring our programme as far and wide as possible. Getting the recognition feels nice, though.
World Autism Awareness Day is an internationally recognised day taking place on 2 April every year. In the week of 1 – 7 April surrounding this day, we would like to encourage you to find out more about autism and explore ways to support children and young people on the autism spectrum. We have collected below a few resources for everyone wanting to know and do more. All these resources have been developed by autism education specialists, people on the autism spectrum and parents or children and young people on the autism spectrum.