Children’s experience of Autism often changes and evolves over time. Five years on from when we first spoke with father and son, Dan and Charlie, we caught up to hear about how their experience of living with Autism has changed.
Dan shares how they have worked with their school to make sure Charlie gets the support he needs and highlights the importance of school and classroom culture as well as how they are aiming to transition to mainstream education as Charlie continues to develop his ability to self-regulate.
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