Issue 23 (spring 2014)

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Issue 23 (spring 2014)

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Colour coder: The teacher turning chaos into clarity.

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By now, Debby and Tori, AuKids’ co-editors, had started to provide talks at conferences. One of those talks focuses on the relationship between parents and professionals. In this issue, our feature Let’s Talk addresses common clashes and concerns. We also interview one of our friends and experts, Adele Devine, director of SEN Assist, about her new book Colour Coding for Learners with Autism and talk about the magical way that using colour can help kids with autism to navigate a confusing world.

Table of Contents

Readers’ page: Readers Letters and Photographs

Reviews:

Autism and Flexischooling by Clare Lawrence; Helping children with autism spectrum conditions through everyday transitions by John Smith, Jane Donolan and Bob Smith; The 1st Comic Book by Alis Rowe. Speaker Review – Phoebe Caldwell at Autism Oxford

Ask the Panel: On Telling Your Child About Their Autism

Colour Coding: The Guaranteed Connection

Let’s Talk: Parents and Professionals Bridge the Gap

The Ten Commandments of Bringing up a Child with Autism: Debby Elley, co-editor and mum of twins on the spectrum, shares what she’s learnt over the last ten years

Sunny Side Up: Tips for Summer Fun

Debby Elley’s The Last Word: The Back Door Method