Neurodiversity-informed & strengths-based approaches can help enrich our understanding of autistic play and the diverse array of strengths that autistic people have.
In this video, PEDAL PhD student Emma Pritchard-Rowe presents a summary of her research on autistic adults’ experiences of play-based assessments. This poster was originally presented at the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) 2023 Annual Meeting in Stockholm on Friday 5th May 2023.
Learn more about Emma’s work and how strengths-based approaches to autistic play can make assessment a more positive, affirming experience in this blog post.
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