Conversation cards
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Conversation cards

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Title: Conversation cards (Links to English resource)
Summary: The cards are designed to be used with schools and other professionals to initiate, build and continue conversations about supporting young people on the autism spectrum in a conversational and culturally responsive way. The conversation cards could be used for a specific purpose such as understanding a young person’s communication needs, getting the conversation started, building or strengthening a partnership with a family or helping a parent to feel comfortable. The quotes on the cards have been written by families from their experiences of supporting their children.
Organisation: Positive Partnerships
Publishing date: December 2020
Last reviewed: November 2021
Target audience: General

English resource: Report broken link

Multilingual resources:

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