Links and Resources

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Supporting Social Inclusion for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Drawing together contributions from experts at the forefront of research in the field, Supporting Social Inclusion for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders demonstrates that social inclusion is a defining feature of successful education of students with a spectrum disorder. Chapter: Hebron, J. (2017), ‘The Transition from Primary to Secondary School for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders’ (pp. 84-99). London: Routledge.

Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Transition into Secondary School

Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Transition into Secondary School. A practical handbook that provides everything schools need to make the transition from primary to secondary school as smooth and successful as possible for children on the autism spectrum.

The Children's Guide To Things People Say (but don't really mean)

The Children’s Guide To Things People Say (but don’t really mean) is all about idioms / sayings / expressions / metaphors / phrases used in the UK. It contains example scenarios illustrating their use for children, and also a few places to colour in pictures and draw your own (in the paperback version).

Research Autism. The only UK charity exclusively dedicated to research into interventions in autism. “We carry out high quality, independent research into new and existing health, education, social and other interventions. Our goal is the improvement of quality of life and outlook for the individuals affected and those around them.”

The National Autistic Society. The leading UK charity for autistic people (including those with Asperger syndrome) and their families, providing information, support and pioneering services, and campaigning for a better world for autistic people.

Autistica. “A charity which both funds and campaigns for medical research to understand the causes of autism, improve diagnosis, and develop new treatments and interventions.”