Girls and Autism. Educational, family and personal perspectives edited by Barry Carpenter, Francesca Happe, Jo Egerton, London/New York, Routledge, 2019 – in the Journal of Mental Health.
David Rawcliffe writes “Here is a missing piece of the puzzle of autism. A strength of the book is the way that the editors have drawn from experts who write from their own experience and research.”
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This article published in the “Sunday Times” (2/02/20), has a focus on the abilities of girls with Autism, and the talents they can offer to Society. Through case study examples taken from Limpsfied Grange School, Surrey, and some insightful quotes from the Headteacher, Sarah Wild, the journey made by these girls is illuminated.
Autism and Girls – One day conference with Prof. Barry Carpenter
Date: 5th November 2019
Event Time: 9am – 4pm
Event Location: Harcourt Hill Campus, Oxford Brookes University
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A new article by Victoria Wells. National Manager, Youth Sports Trust, identifies some useful strategies for enabling participation in PE and Sport by Girls with Autism, with many benefits.
This work is being further extended by the YST.
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“Girls and Autism, Educational, Family and Personal Perspectives.”
Edited by Barry Carpenter, Francesca Happé and Jo Egerton
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Girls and Autism, Educational, Family and Personal Perspectives