As part of our vision to become an International Centre of Excellence in Autism Education, Research and Professional Development, we have been advocating on behalf of our students – past, present and future – by putting our views on the local, national and international agenda.
This week, we had two professional publications:
Yesterday – my contribution to the national debate on the complexities – organisational and moral of data management in special education in 2019: http://www.educatemagazine.com/care-duty-children/
Today – I was delighted to hear that Miss Grimshaw’s article on the crucial issue of women and girls with Autism was published in Times Ed!: https://www.tes.com/news/autism-why-are-we-still-not-spotting-girls
I hope you enjoy reading both!
We have also had coverage in the Liverpool Echo and also the latest edition of the Woolton Times about our trip to the Dutch Farm.