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Digital transitions for autistic children: Learning from lockdown for the future

November 13 / 10:00 - 12:00


The Autism Community Research Network @Southampton (ACoRNS) is a public engagement project that has developed a research-practice partnership between Education and Psychology at the University of Southampton, school leaders and practitioners in the local community. Together they have established a co-constructed network for researching evidence-based practices in autism education, with the views and perspectives of children and young people at its centre.

This online event for 2020 will be an opportunity to share the important and innovative research that has been done with Digital Stories during lockdown to support the assessments of children for their EHCPs, and the transitions of older students with complex needs beyond school. This free webinar will be a chance to share examples, learning, and tips from co-produced research on supporting transitions for autistic children during lockdown using digital tools; it is chaired by Professor Sarah Parsons.


November 13
10:00 - 12:00
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Autism Community Research Network @ Southampton (ACoRNS)


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