Improving Quality Of Life Of People On The Autism Spectrum And Their Families Through Parent Education

This report by the University of Northampton’s Centre for Education and Research for the ESIPP project (Equity and Social Inclusion through Positive Parenting), shows that providing accurate information about autism to parents and teaching them to adapt their parenting using good autism practice, helps to improve outcomes for autistic people and their families. Leadership Briefing (142)

The ESIPP project strongly recommends European countries should ensure the development of effective parent trainings to foster a “positive approach to autism” and respond to the need for support of millions of families across Europe. 

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