Month: February 2018

Findings on Looked-After Children with autism released

Since summer 2017 the ACoRNS team have been analysing data obtained from Freedom of Information requests from 151 local authorities in England during January – March 2017. The aim of this project was to generate an up-to-date snapshot of the numbers of children who were recorded as having a diagnosis of autism and were being […]

ACoRNS wins funding for transitions project

The ACoRNS team is delighted to have been awarded £35,000 from the Froebel Trust for a project focusing on ‘The voices and experiences of children with autism, and their families, in their transitions from nursery to primary school’. The project starts on March 1st 2018 and will involve children, families and staff at the Aviary […]

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