These Shared Resources are included as examples of what has been developed in particular settings to provide information for staff, including supply and non teaching staff.. They may have to be adapted to meet needs in other contexts. We hope they give you ideas and inspiration to develop ones to suit your own school or pupil.
This document was adapted from Asperger Syndrome and Sensory Issues to encourage staff in a secondary school to question the sensory issues which may help interpret behaviours of some young people with Asperger Syndrome. By identifying the possible reason/s behind behaviours it is possible to provide personalised interventions to provide support. It could be used to review support for an individual pupil, or as a staff development task to identify a bank of interventions to be used consistently across the school.
Making Sense of Sensory Behaviour: :A practical approach at home for parents and carers. Falkirk Council Children with Disabilities Team, Occupational Therapy. Although target audience is parents/carers it provides excellent information for school staff.. aVAILABLE TO dOWNLOAD,