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– Understanding and Practicing Inclusion Across Higher Education
Adopting a UDL Attitude within Academia bridges the gap between the theory and practice of UDL (Universal Design for Learning). It guides the reader through the origins of the development of UDL as an innovative way of thinking about inclusion and the evolution of this theory into practice, as it explores UDL and its relevance beyond the classroom.
– An Inside View of Autism for Carers, professionals and Families
Autism: Respecting Difference is a simple and concise introduction to how the world is experienced differently by autistic people and how to respond suitably and sensitively to individuals.
– Understanding Identity Management and the Role of Stigma
This book aims to define the process of autistic masking and the underlying reasons for its existence. It will consider the social context, including an individual’s response to stigma or trauma, that facilitates impression management.
– Strategies for Assessing and Modifying Environments to Meet the Needs of Autistic People
This environmental assessment and modification programme has an accessible, strengths-focused approach to supporting autistic people across different areas of their life. It reflects a paradigm shift from one where autism is treated as a deficit or impairment to one of strength, acceptance and autonomy.
– Exploring Concepts, Lived Experience and Implications for Practice
The Neurodiversity Reader collection brings together work from pioneering figures within and beyond the neurodiversity movement to critically explore its associated concepts and how they might be translated into practice.
– A Practical Resource for all those Working to Support Victim-survivors
Recovery and survival following sexual violence are unique to each individual and this invaluable book provides a resource for those supporting autistic and neurodivergent women to take steps towards regaining control of their life.
Combining attention to sensory issues with using body language (intensive interaction) to interact with autistic adults and children
Responsive Communication is a ground-breaking new book that has been put together by a team of authors led by Phoebe Caldwell who, during her long-time practice in this field, has found some unique paths to achieving deep and meaningful engagement with autistic people and people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.
– A Guide for Supporting Autistic People, Easing Anxiety and Promoting Mutual Understanding
Understanding Me, Understanding You is a guide for professionals working with and supporting autistic people. It promotes acceptance of difference, the importance of mutual understanding, and encourages new ways of thinking about the way people interact.