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Amy Laurent, PhD
Amy Laurent, PhD
Are you an autistic adolescent female aged 18-19? Are you the parent or guardian of an autistic adolescent female aged 10-17?
Jacquelyn Fede, PhD
The Centre is again sharing this excellent resource from Strive NI.
Training opportunity for professionals! The Centre’s specialists occupational therapists, Aideen Ruttledge and Jill McCanney, will present a full day on Autism and Sensory Process...
A Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences, University of Edinburgh, Sue's research projects focus on applying methods from psychology to questions with clinical,...
There is increasing recognition of autistic burnout, caused by a number of factors including persistent dysregulation and anxiety, masking, frequent sensory overload and constant s...
Course is taking place on Wednesday 22nd February
Peter Vermeulen, PhD in Psychology and Clinical Educational Sciences, has more than 35 years of experience in the field of autism.
Calm breathing is a powerful emotional regulation tool for some people.
A Valentine’s Day themed activity to keep children busy this half-term.
Emotional wellbeing depends on individual preferences: what is calming for one person, may not be calming for another.
Chris Packham's Inside Our Autistic Minds BBC series to start 14 February
Join us May 19th & 20th in the ICC Belfast or online for the return of the Middletown Conference.
Following the individualised 5-point scales shared on the Centre’s pages on Wednesday, here is a blank template.
The 5-point scale, developed by Kari Dunn Buron, is a popular resource for supporting the understanding and communication of emotions.
The Centre is delighted to announce that Lismore Comprehensive School in Craigavon is the third school to receive the Middletown Accreditation Award, recognising Excellence in Auti...
Returning home after school is often a period of acute dysregulation.