60 Tips & Strategies to help with Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder

I wish had knew these tips and strategies when I first started teaching 30 years ago! I remember wanting to help my first student with autism and having to figure it all out from scratch – without google! 😂 Tony and I have come up with downloadable PDF to give you kick start in your journey of understanding autism. I think you’ll love it!

About The EBOOK

  • CONTENTS:             

     Girls with ASD
     Diagnosis – What to do NEXT
     Theory of Mind – What is it?
     12 Tips for Setting up and ASD Friendly Classroom

     Ranking of Issues that Cause Stress
     Perfectionist – How to Support                 

     Screen time – Managing & Tips

  • Listen to the Podcast Episode 237 where Tony discusses:

    What is ASD?
    The seven parts of the Criteria for diagnosis of ASD.
    What the Diagnostic Criteria means to support & understand people with ASD.
    Profile of Abilities of Girls – The Mask, Hiding Tactics.

About the authorS.

sue larkey strategies for teaching students with Autism Spectrum

Professor Tony Attwood is one of the world’s foremost specialists on Autism. Currently serving as an adjunct Professor at Griffith University in Queensland, Professor Attwood’s impact has enriched the global understanding of autism.

Renowned for his extensive contributions to understanding Asperger’s Syndrome, now commonly referred to as autism, Professor Attwood has authored numerous publications on the subject. His seminal book, Asperger’s Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals debuted in 1998, resonated globally and has since found its voice in over 25 languages, making his insights accessible across cultures and continents.

Tony Attwood

sue larkey strategies for teaching students with Autism Spectrum

Sue Larkey is a highly qualified educator who has taught students with autism spectrum disorder in the mainstream and special schools. She combines practical experience with extensive research having completed a Masters in Special Education. Winner of Naturally Autistic 2013 International Award for Community Contribution.   Sue has authored 18 books on Autism Spectrum and Neurodiversity.

“Armed with the tools of understanding and confidence, much can be achieved.”
Sue Larkey