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References

  1. OSSME – Outreach for Mainstream Education, Early Help and Employment
    “TRANSITION PACKAGE (COVID-19)”
  2. Reachout ASC by Lynn McCann – “Coronavirus, home & School and
    Transition resources” https://www.reachoutasc.com/resources/transition-tonew-class
  3. South Glos Parents and Carers “Going Back to School After Covid-19”
    https://www.sglospc.org.uk/coronavirus-social-stories (South Glos Parents
    and Carers, 2020)
    Other useful resources
  4. Visit South Lee ASD Blog: https://southleeasd.files.wordpress.com/ for further
    information on a range of topics related to Autism.
  5. Beyond Autism: Top tips for transitioning back to school after lockdown:
    A guide for teachers, parents and pupils.
    https://southleeasd.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/transitioning-back-toschool.pdf
  6. Free online course on preparing children for return to school (general).
    https://www.schudio.tv/courses/preparing-autistic-send-children-for-goingback-to-school
  7. Free online course on preparing children for return to school (after lockdown).
    https://www.schudio.tv/courses/the-big-transitions-for-autistic-and-sendpupils-after-lockdown
  8. Autism‐Good‐Feeling Questionnaire by Peter Vermeulen, PhD
    https://petervermeulenblog.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/autism-good-feelingquestionnaire-peter-vermeulen-english.pdf The Autism‐Good‐Feeling‐
    Questionnaire is an informal assessment tool. Its’ aim is to give educators,
    caretakers and other professionals ideas to increase the well‐being of people
    with an autism spectrum disorder. It can be a useful document to complete to
    help your teen to advocate for things they need such as sensory breaks,
    fidget toys etc.
  9. NHS Worcestershire Health & Care: Getting Through Covid-19 – a collection
    of accessible information resources to make this process a little easier for
    families. https://www.hacw.nhs.uk/sltcov

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