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Good practice in autism education

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Throughout my career, I have had the privilege of working closely with extraordinary autistic individuals. Each interaction, each challenge, and every triumph has fortified my belief in the transformative power of education when it is founded upon understanding, empathy, and evidence-based practice. The talk will be about nuances of autism education, practices for creating inclusive learning environments and challenges that autistic children face in education. Drawing from my experiences as both a researcher and a practitioner, I aim to bridge the gap between theory and practice, shedding light on the strategies that have proven to be not just effective, but also profoundly impactful.

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