Autism research: an interview with Dr Anna Remington

Dr Anna Remington is the Director of the Centre for Research in Autism and Education (CRAE) and her work focuses on superior abilities in autistic people, specifically with respect to attention and perception.

Anna kindly agreed to be interviewed for Network Autism when she attended the National Autistic Society Professional Conference in 2018.

In this video Anna discusses the work of CRAE and methods of ensuring autism research meets the needs of autistic people. Anna also discusses how autistic people’s access to justice can be improved and she tells us more about her research into the strengths and superior abilities of autistic people.

Date added: 3 May 2018



Thu, 07/06/2018 - 22:32

Quite shocking that all those lawyers are unaware of the autism toolkits for legal advocates.  What are they playing at.  Judges too.  It's laziness not to find out what is available and then claim ignorance.

The Equal Treatment Bench Book has lots of information on the rights to adjustments autistics have in court and this is all types of court, including family court:

Also the Advocates Gateway has specific guides for ground rulescase managementquestioning witnesses and now, also has a guide on the family courts.  There are other relevant guides on the Advocates Gateway link.

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