SAFE: Systemic Autism-related Family Enabling
Systemic Autism-related Family Enabling (SAFE) is a manualised systemic intervention for families of children with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.
Communication and interaction
Enabling learning at home for children with Autism. These activities designed to stimulate the use of language, to encourage communication and imagination in the home environment and local community.
Research to develop new autism intervention
A research team at the University of Plymouth is working with families of children with autism to design a new intervention to support them in everyday life.
Autistic Spectrum Condition information
The University of Plymouth: Disability Services – General Autistic Spectrum Condition information
Emotional data: creating inclusive environments in Cornwall
Emotional data: creating inclusive environments in Cornwall. Working with Tate to improve gallery experience for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Autism research team invited on to national network
The Welcome Research Hub – comprised of academics from the School of Psychology, Plymouth Institute of Education and Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry (PUPSMD) – will be joining charity Autistica’s ‘Discover’ Research Network.
Grant to boost students’ work helping people with autism
A project set up by two University of Plymouth students to help young people with autism and additional needs has won nearly £5,000 from the Aviva Community Fund.