Provides professional guidance for practitioners in educational support roles, and offers tools and strategies for working confidently with pupils from across the autistic spectrum.

How to Build a Strong Working Relationship with the Pupil/s you Support

How to build a strong working relationship with the pupil/s you support

We look at the specific skills and qualities that successful support workers employ when they are working with children with ASD. How to protect the child and promote their positive strengths in school are examined as well as the whole school issues of good lines of communication, staying in touch with parents and counteracting institutional discrimination.

When a new child with ASD enters your school, the support worker is often the first to get to know the child. You may have been involved in their admission to the school, visiting them at home or at their previous placement. Sometimes a child with ASD ...

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