SFA Post – Echolalia and Emma

Here’s my latest post as guest content writer for the School For Autism Blog – Chikitsya. If you’ve been following this series, you will be familiar with the object of my posts being of a personal nature – my experience of working with young people with Autism over a number of years.

                         ‘One job I did was to create a temporary mural in a centre for young people and adults with Autism – many with severe forms of Autism. The centre referred to the users as client-students. I went daily for over a month to work with the client-students on planning and then after draughting out the design was assisted by a few of the more able ones. It was here I met Emma*.’

Continue reading at – https://sfachikitsya.com/2018/01/17/echolalia-emma/

 

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Alexandra

Writer of fiction, sci-fi, horror and more. Painter of magic realism. Grower of cabbages and currants.

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