Arty Tardy, a pioneering new book to help children with autism, received more media attention
A pioneering scheme in English primary schools to prevent autistic pupils from becoming “segregated from and alienated by” classmates, has received further media exposure.
The move promises to help the UK’s 70,000 students with the condition to cope better in mainstream education. The scheme – and its creator, Kitty Clairmont, the London-based author – has received further exposure in AuKids Magazine, a nationwide publication for parents, carers and education professionals who have or teach children with Special Educational Needs.
Further publicity for Kitty Clairmont, the author and brainchild of a scheme to help the UK’s 70.000 autistic pupils