Asperger Syndrome - A Mainstream School Perspective
20 Minute film offering practical hands-on advice and strategies in a mainstream setting
Each student with a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome has a unique combination of social communication and interaction difficulties, which means that they have their own way of thinking and learning. This 20-minute film looks at practical ways of successfully supporting students wth Asperger Syndrome in a mainstream school setting.We talk with the students themselves, with their parents, and the professionals involved in their education, and we listen to their individual, hands-on perspectives of mainstream school life, where understanding and flexibility are the keys to success
Funded by The Big Lottery Fund, Made in conjunction with Lesley Courtenay, Social and Communication Specialist Teacher, the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, WISP, (Wirral Independent support for Parents), and Palmer Media.
Language of instruction: English