Monthly Archives: June 2016

Another research study. Call for participants for Sexuality, Autism, and Young People- Families study

Please note that this is not an Autism Centre research study Sexuality, Autism, and Young People- Families study (SAY-Families) The aim of the SAY-Families study is to find out about how the parents of young people with Autism (without a … Continue reading

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Call for participants – fathers and autism research – North West England

Call for participants – fathers and autism research – North West England   I am a research student from the University of York Centre for Women’s Studies, my name is Jo Heeney. I am carrying out research interviews for my … Continue reading

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Open communication between school, pupils with SEND and parents/carers can help to avoid school exclusion

The latest SEND blog for the TES by The Autism Centre’s Nick Hodge and the Centre for Education and Inclusion Research’s Claire Wolstenholme is now available at https://www.tes.com/news/school-news/breaking-views/send-focus-exclusion-affects-everyone-pupils-parents-and-teachers . The blog features research conducted by CEIR that highlights how more open communication … Continue reading

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Research Survey: Perspective of families with children with intellectual disability about self-determination

Please note that this is not an Autism Centre research project. Colleagues from the University of Navarra and University of Warwick are conducting research about people aged 15-40 with intellectual disability and self determination. Self-determination is a combination of attitudes and abilities … Continue reading

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