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Autism Spectrum disorder: The support provided for children with and without a formal diagnosis

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by TamzynP, Feb 18, 2019.

  1. TamzynP

    TamzynP New commenter

    Good afternoon,
    I am a Bed3 student currently doing my research project for my dissertation. My research is based on Autism and whether a formal diagnosis provides any extra support for children in the setting.
    The research is mainly looking at children in the Early Years specifically between the ages of 4-8.
    Responses are all anonymous and would appreciate as much detail as you can provide. When providing any information in order to keep it anonymous please do not state your name, schools name, children’s name or anything which can be tracked to an individual.
    EY Teachers https://goo.gl/forms/uEoKIdrR0PlVdg0S2


    In addition, if you are Senco for your setting I have an alternate questionnaire
    Responses are all anonymous and would appreciate as much detail as you can provide. When providing any information in order to keep it anonymous please do not state your name, schools name, children’s name or anything which can be tracked to an individual.
    Senco https://goo.gl/forms/HY9tOEDuq1gaefjx2
     

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