Exploring care for children with autism in Wales using creative writing as a research method in a collaborative pilot study
MetadataShow full item record
This article comes out of a recent project conducted by the Autism Collaborative Research Group (ACRe), using writing workshops to capture the experiences of clinicians, educators and parents of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) of the ASD care pathways in South Wales. ACRe is an interdisciplinary group comprised of six researchers across a range of subject areas (creative writing, healthcare, psychology, logistics, education and mathematics) who are interested in the use of interdisciplinary research methods to explore autism care.
Writing in Practice;
North, K. (2017) 'Exploring care for children with autism in Wales using creative writing as a research method in a collaborative pilot study' Writing in Practice, Vol.3 http://www.nawe.co.uk
This article was published in Writing In Practice on 1 March 2017 (online), available open access at http://www.nawe.co.uk
Cardiff Metropolitan University (Grant ID: Cardiff Metropolian (Internal))
Showing items related by title, author, subject and abstract.
Hurt, Lisa; Langley, Kate; North, Kate; Southern, Alex; Copeland, Lauren; Gillard, Jonathan; Williams, Sharon (Emerald, 2019-02-11)Purpose: To describe current care pathways for children with autism including enablers and barriers, as experienced by health professionals, education professionals, and families in South Wales, UK. Design/methodology/approach: ...
An Exploration of the Potential Therapeutic Applications of the Amazon Echo and Dash Devices in Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders Parry, Charlotte (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2017-04)Exploring on the social aspects of autism spectrum disorders and exploring the potential therapeutic applications of using assistive technology to sooth social anxieties through the use of this technology. Discussing the ...
Keay-Bright, Wendy (University of Wales, 2012)Exploration and discovery are core components of play. For children with autism, whose needs are complex and diverse, the potential that technology affords for developmentally appropriate play is under researched. Many ...