Autism at School

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Introduction and Classroom Case Studies
The School Experience features classroom action in mainstream primary and secondary schools, satellite classes and a special school.
Advice and Tips
Advice and Tips includes the impact of autism on learning, strategies for managing behaviour, creating a suitable classroom environment and tips for teachers and parents.
Talking About School
Includes the blame-free bullying approach being put in action to support an ASD student.

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