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Finding work interactive ebook - NAS. Product number Finding work interactive ebook - a digital workbook to help autistic adults with job searching and work preparation Author The National Autistic Society Published by Description This digital workbook is designed to help autistic adults prepare themselves for employment.

Finding work interactive ebook - NAS

Developed by employment experts at The National Autistic Society, it will support you through the job finding process with information and activities at each stage. Topics include understanding your autism better, choosing a suitable role, applying for roles, preparing for and getting through interviews, finding work experience, working on your communication and social skills, managing anxiety and preparing for the workplace.

Roadmap to Transition A Handbook for Autistic Youth Transitioning to Adulthood. Autistic Spectrum Disorders Toolkit. Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects at least 1% of the population.

Autistic Spectrum Disorders Toolkit

Traditionally it has been thought to have a male preponderance, although increasingly more girls and women are diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum. Leaving Results Are Out: What Now? Parents: Education Passport. Planning Transitions Workbook - Sample Chapter.

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Planning transitions from school. Click the Buy Now button below to purchase and download a printable PDF version of the workbook, or scroll down to learn more about what's inside.

Planning transitions from school

If you would like to order a full colour, spiro bound version of the workbook, please contact us at info@myuniplan.ie for shipping costs. Designed to support students with additional needs or disabilities from the age of 15 years upwards. This resource is divided into into six skill units, providing parents, families, teachers and other professionals with resources for planning successful transitions from secondary school.

The workbook helps students to identify strengths, challenges, needs and aspirations, and to turn these into achievable goals, focusing on: Building personal skills Developing learning skills Exploring post-transition options Using human and technological support Learning to be independent Managing the transition bridge Click on the Buy Now button below to purchase and download a printable PDF version of the workbook. Keeping in touch with home - Paving the Way. The CBF and Mencap have published a new report based on research with families whose children are in residential placements.

Keeping in touch with home - Paving the Way

The report is the first time guidance has been issued on how residential settings should ensure parents can keep in touch with the thousands of children and young people with a learning disability who often live hundreds of miles from home. The full report covers: 1) learning from families; 2) learning from local practice; 3) the legal framework. The executive summary and the full report are both available to download now. NCSE Policy advice for supporting ASD in schools. Transition from Primary to Post Primary. Choosing School 11 08 13W 060913. 1 NCSE Starting School Guidelines final web 27.01.16. 2 NCSE 2016 Changing Schools 2 final web 27.01.16. 3 NCSE 2016 Changing Schools final web 27.01.16. 4 NCSE 2016 Life After School final web 27.01.16. NCSE Post School Education Training. SEND reasonable adjustments (UK) Into HE 2016.

Box_of_Ideas. EHCP Information Flyer. EHC Plans and Independent Supporters. You may have heard that in the new SEN system, parents can ask for support through an Education, Health and Care Assessment by an Independent Supporter.

EHC Plans and Independent Supporters

Families can ask for help when they apply for an assessment, if they feel they need it and, crucially, subject to availability. The government has set aside £30 million until 2016 to recruit, train and implement 12 independent supporters per area who are supposed to take on a "key working approach" The charity, Council for Disabled Children which is operating as the government's strategic partner on the SEN reforms, has also been appointed by the DfE to be the developer of this new role (it's claimed there was a tendering process but no one I've asked has been able to point to who else bid or even knew about it). The CDC has so far awarded contracts to Sense to develop the legal training package required for Independent Support training, and NTDi to lead on the evaluation of the Independent Support programme. . Transition toolkit - Autism Education Trust. Transition NI. Transition Wales. “Transition” is when a young person begins to think about leaving school to go to college, work, training or other activities.

Transition Wales

At this time, the young person and their family will have to make decisions about their future. It can be especially complicated for a young person who has Special Educational Needs (SEN). It is important that all those involved with planning for transition are aware of the principles of the Special Educational Needs Code of Practice for Wales 2002. Regulations state that a transition plan must be prepared for all young people with a statement of SEN during the year 9 annual review. The aim of transition planning is to help the young person prepare for a successful life outside of school. The SEN Code of Practice says that “The Annual Review in year 9 and any subsequent annual reviews until the young person leaves school must include the drawing up and subsequent review of the transition plan.”

Transition Scotland. Pathways to Trinity. Supporting second level students with disabilities.

Pathways to Trinity

"Your disability should have no influence on your course choice, if there is a particular course you are interested in there is nothing holding you back as long as you fully understand your disability, and there is support put in place to help you achieve the results. "First year DARE entry student, TCD In August 2014, TCD made 119 reduced points offers to DARE eligible students with a disability, and 75 offers to DARE eligible students who met the points requirements. We have more than 1,300 students registered with the Disability Service. Why study in Trinity? TCD language - start with our A-Z glossary of college terms.docx. Using an Advocate or Intermediary.