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Read case studies written by professionals working in autism. Find out what others have done, what works and what the challenges have been. Find out how you can contribute and share your work.

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Autism and sleep disturbance

In this article Aiden Duffy, a Sleep Counsellor at Sleep Scotland, looks at some of the challenges autistic children and their parents/carers face at bedtime. Aiden uses a case study to illustrate...

Transforming educational provision for autistic pupils

In this case study Dr Yo Dunn, an autistic Consultant and Trainer, and Toni Macartney, Head Teacher of St. Clement’s School, describe the key components of a school improvement project which has...

Making NHS hospitals more accessible to autistic people

Christine Flintoft-Smith, Senior Accreditation Officer at the National Autistic Society, gives a brief outline of a year long collaborative project between the NAS Autism Accreditation team and...

Using the SPELL Framework to support best practice and partnership when working with children with autism

In this article, Geoff Evans, Head of Autism Practice at The Options Group and Nneamaka Ekebuisi, Assistant Psychologist, Kinsale School, explain how they have implemented the SPELL framework to...

Autism in Practice

All Network Autism members receive our quarterly e-newsletter, Autism in Practice, written by Phil Evans, journalist and autism speaker. Each uniquely themed newsletter contains four comprehensive...

Busy Bees:an early intervention model

This article describes a multiagency intervention for very young children with a diagnosis of autism.  The aim of Busy bees is to create a 'one stop shop' where parents can meet other parents in the...
The NAS EarlyBird and EarlyBird Plus Programmes are 3 month parenting programmes for families with a young child with a diagnosis of ASD. EarlyBird was developed in 1998 for families with a pre-...

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