Neurodiversity and Neuroaffirmative

In line with the neurodiversity and neuroaffirmative movements, we would like to draw your attention to alternative approaches to supporting autistic individuals. As a starting point please consider visiting the Therapist Neurodiversity Collective, and The Autistic Advocate. More on this to follow.

What's Our Goal?

Our goal is to help people who may have a child, or are teaching a child, with a learning difficulty - focusing primarily on children on the Autism Spectrum.

We're trying to help by providing:

  • downloadable materials to use in educational programmes
  • tutorials on how to make teaching aids
  • articles, graphics and videos about interventions and behavioural principles

The creation of many of our materials is guided by an assessment tool used by Behaviour Analysts called the Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills Revised (ABLLS®-R: Partington, 2010). We have done this in order to ensure we don't create materials on a "whim" and that they are related to an Applied Behaviour Analysis assessment tool and so to ABA as a whole.

What's the Big Idea!?

The idea for the site comes from working within an Applied Behaviour Analysis school for children with autism and from one of the site's founders having autism within their close family.

We've experienced ABA tutors spending a lot of time creating materials for their teaching programmes and we felt that by putting some of these materials online it might reduce the time spent on creating materials and allow more time for teaching.