Autism Spectrum Teacher
The pandemic has had a challenging impact on us all. I have needed to pivot to ensure the security of the podcast and other projects I run as Autism Spectrum Teacher. This is the first of a mini-series introducing the new online courses offering you i...
This is a live recording from a Facebook Live I hosted this week. It took place in a group aimed at general support through the Covid-19 Crisis, in the island of Jersey, where I am from. I took this opportunity to talk to parents and carers about poten...
Zafer Elcik is the Co Founder of the Otsimo app, which has over 100 educational games created specifically with the needs of autistic learners in mind. It was great to speak to Zafer as my special guest in this episode of the podcast,
In this episode of the podcast, it was a pleasure to speak with Jenny McLaughlan, the founder of Chewigem, a support community for different sensory needs. Chewigem have designed and created a range of chewing,
In this episode, I discuss and pose questions about enhancing opportunities for communication and interaction of those with autism and complex needs. This is through adapting the environment, our teaching approach and resources, both at school and home.
Angela Charalambous, a reading specialist from the Workshop Reading Centre in Johannesburg discusses strategies to support a child to enjoy reading and feel more confident.
In this episode of the podcast, I speak with Jane Crawford and Helen Cottell from the West Sussex County Council Autism and Social Communication Team. They have recently put together an evidence based guide to anxiety in autism with Sebastian Gaigg fro...
In this episode, myself and experienced early years, special needs teacher Haia Ironside, discuss important themes to consider in autism early intervention.
I share success stories of experiences where visual resources have had a big impact on autistic children's understanding and this has helped with their communication, independence and learning.
Richard Semmens discusses the impact of the special interest group 'The Engine Shed' on the community and the importance of using special interests in engaging children and young people with autism.