The Centre publishes a quarterly Research Bulletin, which is developed to meet the needs of education professionals working with children and young people with autism. Each Research Bulletin provides accessible summaries of relevant, peer-reviewed articles. The summaries are structured to provide teachers with easy access to the key points from the research and implications for practice, which teachers can consider integrating into their daily work.
Bulletin 29 is a special edition of Middletown Centre’s Research Bulletin that complements the Centre’s third international conference; the focus of which is to provide practical strategies and supportive ideas to promote resilience in homes and schools.
Communication Strategies to Support Children and Young People with Severe and Profound Learning Difficulties
Bulletin 25 covers the topic of Communication Strategies to Support Children and Young People with Severe and Profound Learning Difficulties and commences with an Interview with Dr. Susan Sheridan