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Share is our online magazine and one of the ways in which we communicate the work of our Centre for Practice Innovation. Here you will find an eclectic mix of features, case studies and opinion pieces.

Emma Stanley
My name is Emma Stanley and I have Asperger’s Syndrome. I post a monthly blog on the Scottish Autism website which I think helps me with my autism. I...
Kirsty Monaghan, Autism Practitioner, Scottish Autism
Whilst studying for my Psychology degree at Dundee University, I worked for Scottish Autism in our Tayside support service. I specialised in research...
Lucy Chetty, Head Teacher, New Struan School
B Squared Ltd. has produced Autism Progress in association with Scottish Autism, Autism Wessex, and the North East Society. This tool aims to develop...
Ken Aitken, Clinical Psychologist, University of Glasgow
This article was written in an effort to stimulate more productive discussion and focus around the value and importance of autism research in...
Alan Somerville, Chief Executive Officer, Scottish Autism
Alan Somerville has been Chief Executive of Scottish Autism for nine years. In that time he has worked to modernise the organisation and has...
Alastair Clarkson, Researcher in Residence, Scottish Autism
Edinburgh Centre for Medical Anthropology (EdCMA) and Scottish Autism, 22 March 2018 When we practice ethical principles within services we bring...
Susanna Henderson and Felicity Barrett
Susanna 4:02pm on Thursday 7th April 2016, I was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. Then I went home. I probably had pasta for dinner. The point is...
Ute Barrett
I am the mother of Felicity Barrett, who also shared her perspective on sensory and perceptual aspects of autism in this issue of Share. Background...