Within this resource a range of ideas, strategies and interventions are presented which may be suitable for supporting and building resilience in autistic children across their home and school environments.
Strategies will focus on the following four areas which are considered important when building resilience skills.
This section of the resource is divided into three key areas: The Hidden Curriculum, Communication and Conversation, Social Thinking.
Wellbeing is defined as “the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy” (Oxford English Dictionary, 2019). It is a way of understanding or thinking about what conditions are needed for us all to thrive (ONS, Reflections on Measuring National Well-being July 2013).
Emotional Regulation In this section Emotional Regulation (ER) will be introduced as a difficulty that impacts on Children and Young People (CYP) with autism.
As educational professionals and parents we instinctively want to protect and keep our children and young people with autism safe.