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Sarah-Jane is a keynote speaker, consultant, coach and author who wrote ‘A Different Joy: The Parents’ Guide to Living Better with Autism, Dyslexia, ADHD and More...’ and contributor to two books on autistic girls. As Programme Manager of the Autism Education Trust for over 10 years, she developed training, standards and competencies that reached over 270,000 people.
Transitioning to secondary school and dealing with the social demands it brings can be overwhelming for girls with autism. Sarah-Jane Critchley explains what you can do to create a safe learning environment
Sarah-Jane Critchley explains why girls are often missed out, misdiagnosed or missing from education and what adjustments can help them in school
Multilingual autistic children may face additional communication and social challenges in school. Sarah-Jane Critchley describes the support that can help them and their families
Early identification of autistic traits can help put support in place to meet individual needs. Sarah-Jane Critchley describes what to look for and how to talk to parents
How can you create a healthy school environment for pupils with autism? Sarah-Jane Critchley describes how to focus on their strengths, monitor wellbeing and manage common flashpoints