Supporting children and young people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is different for everyone who has it.

Children and students often need support in communicating, interacting, and taking in information. And their strengths may include visual and spatial skills, non-verbal problem solving, and visual and auditory memory.

As educators, work with their individual strengths and interests in early childhood education and at school. Providing the right support can significantly change their learning and their relationships.

The ASD Guideline that shapes our approach
Resources for working with students who have ASD
Professional learning for people supporting children and young people with ASD
Links to other websites about ASD

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