We have published a free guide for mentors who are working with students on the autism spectrum.

This guide was made possible by a grant from the Scottish Funding Council in 2009, which has supported not only this publication, but also a research project (led by Charlene Tait of the National Centre for Autism Studies, University of Strathclyde) into transition and retention for students on the autism spectrum, and the delivery of a series of workshops on this topic (jointly delivered by the University of Strathclyde and The National Autistic Society Scotland).

Download 'Supporting students on the autism spectrum: student mentor guidelines' (PDF)
Authors: Catriona Mowat, Anna Cooper and Lee Gilson