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A post 16 autism competency framework for people working with young autistic people.
Take a look at school life, and how it can have an impact on autistic pupil's differences and behaviour. Particularly at home.
A comprehensive interactive assessment tool that supports practitioners to identify learning priorities, set key learning intentions, and track progress for autistic children and young people in both mainstream and specialist educational provisions.
The resources will help employers to develop their awareness and understanding of autism. They will support the hiring and retaining of talented autistic young people.
The latest guidelines, resources and practical strategies for education professionals supporting autistic learners in 2021.
These three linked resources present the evidence for, and define and illustrate, eight principles of good autism practice to help education practitioners understand autism and develop effective provision in educational settings.
Helping parents to work with school staff to identify and meet the needs of their child.
The education system in England is simply not working for autistic children and we are calling on the Government to intervene with its upcoming review of the special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) system, due in the Spring.
Top tips for working with parents and ten ways schools can create better learning alignments with parents of autistic students
The Good Autism Practice Case Studies support our Good Autism Practice Guidance. Offering evidence and impact, the report was first published in 2009 and a second iteration was published with updates in 2019.
A set of standards from the AET, to enable educational settings to evaluate your practice in addressing the needs of autistic young people.
Improving autism practice in college to support placement sustainability and to avoid escalation of need
Understanding the impact of exclusion and exploring reintegration preparation and strategies.
Common reasons for increased stress and anxiety together with strategies to overcome barriers to inclusion.
This resource outlines the legal requirements of the Equality Act 2010 for schools in relation to the exclusion of disabled pupils.