Teachers

See also:  Professionals

Supporting inclusion

The National autistic society offers 5 tips for autistic inclusion in the classroom.        Click icon to view.      The teaching recruitment agency Engage also offers a brief discussion of the inclusive classroom along with a few tips.      See:  article           new

Lincolnshire Council has a series of pages about supporting inclusion.       They cover aspects of special educational needs & disabilityfor professionals.       Click icon to browse.

Lincolnshire has four integrated locality teams.      SENCOs from all early years providers, registered childminders and out of school club managers can request Early Years inclusion support.      See Early years support       It has an inclusion support referral form at the bottom of the page and email addresses.

Alternative settings

If it looks like you have reached the end of the road in trying to include a particular pupil or student, there are some other educational settings that could be considered:        Click icon to browse

National autistic society

The National Autistic Society has many pages about professional practice.       Click page icon to browse their professional practice pages or twitter icon for their Autism practice feed.       You can search within professional practice but sometimes searching from the home page is more helpful.        Here are a few highlights:

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TEACCH

Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication Handicapped Children (TEACCH) is another broad brush approach to working with children or adults with autism.        It has more to do with values and priorities than specific techniques.        Click icon for more detail.
The NAS Early bird programme draws on the TEACCH approach.        See also:  Autism UK       Wikipedia

Flexi-schooling?

There is a shared classroom and home-schooling approach to education that may be worth considering for some autistic children.       Click icon for the National Autistic Society’s page on the subject.

Finished at school

Ambitious About Autism published a guide at the end of their Finished at School (FaS) campaign.      The learning it captured is intended to support colleges in developing effective practice to support learners with autism to make a successful transition from school to college and into adult life.       Click icon for guide.

Find out more about their Finished at school campaign.