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Asperger Syndrome and Strength-Based Assessment

Asperger Syndrome and Strength-Based Assessment

This post will look at using a 'strength based approach' to working along side people with an Autistic Spectrum Condition, especialiy Asperger [...] Read more

Lessons from the DRDs in Scotland 2016 Report

Lessons from the DRDs in Scotland 2016 Report

In 2016, 867 drug-related deaths were recorded in Scotland. Similarly to the figures reported by the ONS relating to drug-related deaths in England [...] Read more

Autism and the Case of Jimmy

Autism and the Case of Jimmy

Jimmy's case (names have been changed to ensure anonymity) is the fifth in a series of case studies exploring autism and the criminal justice system. [...] Read more

Autism and the Case of Tony

Autism and the Case of Tony

Tony's case (names have been changed to ensure anonymity) is the fourth in a series of case studies exploring how autism can influence entry into the [...] Read more

Autism and the Case of Andy

Autism and the Case of Andy

Andy's case (names have been changed to ensure anonymity) is the third in a series of case studies exploring how autism can influence entry into the [...] Read more

Autism and the Case of Billy

Autism and the Case of Billy

Billy's case (names have been changed to ensure anonymity) is the second in a series of case studies exploring how autism can influence entry into the [...] Read more

Autism and the Case of Sally

Autism and the Case of Sally

This is the first in a series of case studies exploring how autism can influence entry into the criminal justice system and how it might be [...] Read more

Autism and the Criminal Justice System

Autism and the Criminal Justice System

Autism is a 'neurodifference' that affects the way that people process information and perceive and interact with the world around them, it is not a [...] Read more

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