School transition programme for youths with autism spectrum problems

    Publication date: 01 September 2015

    Youngsters with autism spectrum problems are expected to increasingly participate in mainstream education. This isn't always easy. Especially the transition from the familiar primary school to the often larger and busier secondary school is often experienced as a problem not only by the teenager, but also by parents and teachers. Together with other researchers, practical professionals and the target group, Research Centre of Innovations in Care is going to research a prevention programme in the study Moving, in which youths with autism spectrum problems, their teachers and parents are supported in the transition to secondary education.


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