Autism Practice: In the first seminar in the ESRC seminar series: New Directions for UK Autism Research, http://www.shapingautismresearch.co.uk/tagged/autismpractice researchers will come together with the autism community - autistic adults, parents of children with autism and practitioners in health, education, social services and the third sector, to discuss autism practice.
Welcome to this online discussion space which is open for anyone with an interest in autism practice who would like to join in to open up ideas and thoughts for the discussion. Here are some of the questions ahead;
• What do we mean by ‘evidence’ when referring to autism interventions?
• How can we build an evidence base for improved autism practice?
• What are the supports required by the autism community? and what are the obstacles to getting these evidenced and delivered?
• What 'outcome’ measures should we use to test the effectiveness of supports and who gets to make these decisions?
If you’d like to contribute to the RPP Hub hot topic discussion on Autism in Practice, you can register as a user, in less than a minute by clicking here . Then scroll down on this page and join the discussion via the comments box.
There are some Frequently Asked Questions on the Autism RPP Hub which you can read here http://www.autismrpphub.org/faq-page and a guide http://www.autismrpphub.org/content/how-get-most-site
There are two documents listed which have relevant information on Autism Interventions .
Also if you click here you can go to the Scottish Strategy for Autism website .
This link takes you to the Research Autism website . Research Autism is the only UK charity exclusively dedicated to research into interventions in autism.
|The Scottish Stratgey for Autism - Menu of Interventions||501.02 KB|
|Choosing Autism Interventions - Key Principles||160.54 KB|