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.
This bulletin summarises both traditional participant-focused research alongside research reviews. This is so that we can fully explore topics central to neurodiversity, as well as how they can impact the lives of autistic young people and those who
Bulletin 39 provides an insight into two topics: Lego and Pets. Both Lego and Pets can bring fun and enjoyment, enriching the lives of many but there can be additional benefits for autistic people. Lego develops play skills and can open social relation
This is a special Research Bulletin that was written by students on the Centre’s Graduate Diploma in Autism Studies, which is offered in partnership with Mary Immaculate College Limerick. The special Bulletin features interviews with tutors and a student
The Bulletin commences with an interview from Majella Nugent from Middletown Centre for Autism. Majella is a Trainer / Adviser with Middletown Centre. She has experience teaching and supporting autistic children and young people in schools. Majella’s ex
The Centre is delighted to launch its 36th Research Bulletin, this time on the topic of Outdoor Play. Pieces from the interview with Dr Helen Lynch (OT and Senior Lecturer, University College Cork) have been shared on the Centre’s social media pages this