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Autism Education Trust (AET)

The Autism Education Trust (AET) believes that all children and young people with autism must receive an education which enables them to reach their individual potential to engage in society as active citizens (and that individuals, families and professionals are informed, supported and equipped to enable this to be achieved).

 What is the Autism Education Trust (AET)?

 The purpose of the AET is to improve the education of children and young people with autism.

 The Autism Education Trust (AET) is a partnership between Ambitious about Autism, the Autism Alliance and the National Autistic Society (NAS). It is funded and supported by the Department for Education (DfE) and hosted on behalf of the partnership by the NAS.

The AET is a partnership of a wide range of individuals and organisations focused on improving the education of children and young people with autism from the voluntary, public and private sectors. It also actively engages with young people, parents/carers and practitioners to inform its work.

The AET is funded by its contracts and grants from DfE and income from its training and materials.

What does the Autism Education Trust (AET) do?

The purpose of the AET is to improve the education of children and young people with autism.

 To achieve this, the AET:

•    Develops and delivers training and a range of materials for early years, school and post 16 educational settings.

•    Develops and disseminates information on educational practice.

•    Provides an interface between users, practitioners and policy makers in respect of educational practice.

•    Actively engages with young people, parents/carers and practitioners to inform its work.

•    Undertakes research into effective practice.

 

Who to contact

Telephone
0207 903 3650
E-mail
info@autismeducationtrust.org.uk
Website
Autism Education Trust

Where to go

Name
AET, c/o National Autistic Society, 393 City Road, London EC1V 1NG, UK
Address
393
City Road
London
Postcode
EC1V 1NG

This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Reading Services Guide and Reading Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations. Information collected by Reading Service Guide; is used solely to implement and supply the Family Information Service (FIS), Special Educational Needs & Disabilities - Reading's Local Offer, Adults & Carers Support Group and Reading Youth.

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