"Bilingualism does not negatively impact autistic people and may provide benefits for cognitive and socio-emotional development. It is an essential part of someone’s identity". This guidance document summarises the latest findings in the field of bilingualism in autism research. This summary focuses on the information needed by educators to provide up-to-date and adapted advice to bilingual families of autistic children and young people.

Digard, B & Davis, R 2022 ‘Bilingualism in autism: Evidence and recommendations for education practice’. https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/kz3c2




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Categories: Ar scoil | Use in school, Béarla amháin | English only, Bunscoil | Primary, Eolas | Information, Iar-bhunscoil | Post-primary, Múinteoir | Teacher, Naíonra | Preschool, Sa bhaile | Use at home, Taighde | Research, Taighdeoir | Researcher, Tuismitheoir | Parent
Tags: RSO | Special education, Uathachas | Autism