Promoting a collective voice from parents, educators and allied health professionals on the educational needs of students on the autism spectrum
Published June 2019
AbstractProviding support for the educational needs of students on the autism spectrum continues to be challenging. Findings from this survey of parents, teachers and specialist staff highlight the need for collaboration between stakeholders who support the education of these students. The main themes to emerge were for school staff to be equipped with the knowledge and expertise to support each student in their learning, and for support with social/emotional needs. Findings highlighted the need for a transparent process for building school capacity to translate research and knowledge into practice by all stakeholders. This collective voice is important to ensure the needs of these students are identified and that appropriate support is implemented to maximise the educational success of these students.
CitationSaggers, B., Tones, M., Dunne, J., Trembath, D., Bruck, S., Webster, A., Klug, D. & Wang, S.S. (2019). Promoting a collective voice from parents, educators and allied health professionals on the educational needs of students on the autism spectrum. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, early online, 1-21. doi: 10.1007/s10803-019-04097-8
Please note: some publications may only be accessible to registered users.