The work of ACoRNS has been recognised in the Autism Education Trust’s recently published Good Autism Practice Guidance. AET says the guides:
‘… present the evidence for, and define and illustrate, eight principles of good autism practice to help education practitioners understand autism and develop effective provision in early years, schools and post 16 settings.’
ACoRNS is mentioned in the Case Studies document and the Practitioner Guide, along with our paper in Good Autism Practice that summarises the ACoRNS collaborative model for connecting research and practice. Previous research by Sarah Parsons and colleagues is also cited in the main Good Practice Guide.