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The Scottish Strategy for Autism - Menu of Interventions, 21/11/13 [S]

The Scottish Government has published a guide to Interventions and Supports for People on the Autism Spectrum.

The Scottish Strategy for Autism highlights indicators of good practice for developing local autism provision and these include the development of local ASD strategies. It is for localities to decide how these are drawn up in their area but it is recommended that there is involvement with people representing all statutory and appropriate voluntary bodies, individuals on the spectrum and families.

The Menu of Interventions is intended to provide a framework for the development of these strategic plans around Scotland. It provides information, drawn from a wide range of professionals, individuals and families of people on the spectrum, regarding the challenges faced by people with ASD across lifespan and ability range and how these might be best addressed.

For full details see the Scottish Government website.

Further Information

The Scottish Strategy for Autism - Menu of Interventions