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Kristin M Krumm has been an occupational therapist in pediatrics at Archbishop Damiano School in New Jersey, USA, for over 15 years. She is involved in iPad grant writing and assists families with training and iPad setup. She has presented at ASAH and at Holy Family University, Pennsylvania.2 Articles
Dr Andy Bondy is an innovative leader in the field of autism and applied behaviour analysis with more than 40 years of experience. He has directed a statewide public school system for students with autism for 14 years, has presented at numerous conferences and continues to develop new methods of helping children with autism and related developmental disorders, including co-developing the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) course in Scenario Learning’s Exceptional Child.1 Articles
Victoria Honeybourne is a writer, trainer and senior advisory teacher. Her publications include: Educating and supporting girls with Asperger’s and Autism (Speechmark, 2016), Your Autism Journey: A self-exploration workbook for young women on the autism spectrum (CreateSpace, 2016), The Sky’s The Limit: A mental wellbeing workbook for young people with SEN (Speechmark, 2015), and The Teachers’ Speech, Language and Communication Pocketbook (Teachers’ Pocketbooks, 2014).1 Articles
John Galloway is a consultant, trainer and writer specialising in the use of technology in education with pupils with special educational needs. He is the author of several books and many articles and has spoken at conferences in the UK and abroad about his work. John works across all types of school with learners of any age and with the whole spectrum of challenges to learning.1 Articles
Fabienne Cazalis is a neuroscientist at École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales/ School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS), which has its main base in Paris with three regional campuses in Marseille, Lyon, and Toulouse. This article was co-written by Adeline Lacroix, who works with Fabienne Cazalis and was recently diagnosed with Asperger syndrome. A second year master’s student in psychology, she is working on a scientific literature review about the characteristics of high-functioning autistic women.1 Articles