Welcome to the website of the Sheffield Hallam Autism Research Partnership.

We are a collective of researchers from across Sheffield Hallam University, working in collaboration with external partners, who share an interest in autism research.

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Blog

Fancy making a digital media story about autism? Free 3 day workshop. April 24-26th, Sheffield.

April 24th-26th The Re•Storying Autism in Education Project is seeking autistic individuals, as well as family members, educators, and professionals who care about or work with autistic individuals, ages 16+ in the Sheffield area to take part in a creative 3 day workshop focused on rethinking inclusion in ways that desire the difference of autism. … Continue reading Fancy making a digital media story about autism? Free 3 day workshop. April 24-26th, Sheffield.

SHARP doctoral students present their research in poster form

Three SHARP doctoral students presented poster representations of their research today. Amanda Willcox is researching how parents experience engaging with Intensive Interaction with their child. Katrina Fleming is exploring how the new SEND Code of Practice is impacting upon parent-practitioner relationships. Tom Price is focusing on using linguistics to find more enabling ways of thinking about … Continue reading SHARP doctoral students present their research in poster form

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