Articles in Autism Charity Articles

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by Andrea Talpos, M.Ed, BCBA on April 01, 2021
Play Strategies to Enhance Language and Communication Skills in Children with ASD
by Andrea Talpos, M.Ed, BCBA on April 01, 2021
Embedding play in learning is the best way to create a fun and stress-free experience when teaching children new skills. Integrating play focused strategies in therapies help children with ASD acquire language and communication skills quicker.... Read full article
by GML on January 15, 2021
by GML on January 15, 2021
As a social care worker, you might need to support someone on the autistic spectrum. So let's dive into this course to find out exactly what autism is.... Read full article
by Matthew J. Lemay on April 13, 2020
The Mask
by Matthew J. Lemay on April 13, 2020
This article was originally published in 2015.... Read full article
by Tayler Edwards BBC Wales on March 26, 2020
Autism, Coronavirus and Me
by Tayler Edwards BBC Wales on March 26, 2020
Our regular BBC Sesh contributor, Daniel Morgan Jones, shares his experience of how the pandemic is impacting his life at the moment and his top tips for dealing with the changes…... Read full article
by Frances Heaume, Tes SEN Show on March 04, 2020
by Frances Heaume, Tes SEN Show on March 04, 2020
For World Autism Awareness Week, we’ve compiled a list of five inspiring autistic people who use their strengths to prove that everything is possible.... Read full article
by ASD Rainbows on November 01, 2019
ASD Rainbows
by ASD Rainbows on November 01, 2019
A.S.D Rainbows is a charity that supports children with Autism and their families.... Read full article
by Michael Barton on November 01, 2019
by Michael Barton on November 01, 2019
Michael Barton is the author of ‘It’s Raining Cats and Dogs’ and ‘A Different Kettle of Fish’, both published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers. In this article he talks about his experiences of employment and autism and what has helped him into work.... Read full article
by Calvert Trust Exmoor on November 01, 2019
Accessible Activity Adventures
by Calvert Trust Exmoor on November 01, 2019
Calvert Trust Exmoor is the South West’s premier outdoor activity destination for people with all types of disabilities, welcoming over 4,000 guests a year, with the philosophy of “At Calvert Trust Exmoor it’s what you CAN do that counts”.... Read full article
by Chris Bonnello on November 23, 2017
by Chris Bonnello on November 23, 2017
Those who have known me for a while will know that I have a fair amount of experience with low self-esteem, feelings of worthlessness, lack of belonging and negative self-perception. So this is another article I didn’t want to write... Read full article
by The Hanen Centre on December 07, 2015
Encouraging Pretend Play in Children with Social Communication Difficulties
by The Hanen Centre on December 07, 2015
Pretend play is a critical part of children’s development. When a child pretends to be a chef stirring soup or an astronaut going to the moon, he’s building many different skills... Read full article
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