How does autism impact students in your setting?
Do you have a clear picture of how autism impacts individual students, so you can provide tailored support and plan next steps?
To understand autistic students in greater depth you need to profile their differences. Creating an autism profile for each of your autistic students will help you support their individual growth and development. These profiles help mainstream schools, special schools and post 16 settings understand how autism impacts a student’s progress and how to remove barriers to learning.
Autism Progress can help your school create autism profiles and provide strategies to support your autistic students. It covers 4 key developmental areas: Communication, Social Interaction, Flexibility of Thought, Emotional Regulation.