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The Scottish Strategy for Autism: menu of interventions

Scottish Government
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The Scottish Strategy for Autism - Menu of Interventions The Scottish Strategy for Autism Menu of Interventions The Scottish Strategy for Autism Menu of Interventions The Scottish Government, Edinburgh 2013 © Crown copyright 2013 You may re-use this information (excluding logos and images) free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government Licence. To view this licence, visit or e-mail: [email protected] Where we have identified any third party copyright information you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned. This document is also available from our website at ISBN: 978-1-78412-003-0 The Scottish Government St Andrew’s House Edinburgh EH1 3DG Produced for the Scottish Government by APS Group Scotland DPPAS15052 (11/13) Published by the Scottish Government, November 2013 John Cornock (Self Portrait, pen, 2011) Fiona Birrell (Portrait of Shona, pen, 2011) John Ellsworth (Self Portrait, coloured pencil, 2011) Rachel Hook (Portrait of Mandi, coloured pencil, 2011) Rachel Hook (cover image – abstract painting, 2010) Kubus Joss (Portrait of Stuart, coloured pencil, 2011) Scott Cation (Portrait of Alister, felt tip pen, 2011) The artists featured on the cover all attend Scottish Autism’s Art Opportunities service. Art Opportunities is a day service for adults with autism specialising in arts and crafts based activities, from painting and drawing to textiles and glass work. They include the abstract painting by Rachel Hook which was painted for Young Talent 2010, an exhibition of artwork created by young people with disabilities. Guide to Interventions and Supports for People on the Autism Spectrum 1 Foreword I am delighted to introduce this guide to interventions and supports for people on the autism spectrum, as envisaged by Recommendations 10 and 11 o

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