Autism around the world : New Zealand

By: Stace, Hilary.
Series: Autism Asperger's Digest February-April 2021 (27-29). 2021Subject(s): AUTISM | HISTORY | SUPPORT SERVICES | NEW ZEALANDSummary: In the "Autism Around the World" series, Hilary Stace provides a description of the services presently available in New Zealand. Covers the history of institutionalization and its demise, the founding by a group of parents of the Intellectual Handicapped Children's Association to lobby for community support and education for their children (now IHC). The growth of autism awareness, parent advocacy, self advocacy, consumer organisations for autism and more acceptance of neurodiversity have improved outcomes for those on the spectrum - though by no means to perfection.
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In the "Autism Around the World" series, Hilary Stace provides a description of the services presently available in New Zealand. Covers the history of institutionalization and its demise, the founding by a group of parents of the Intellectual Handicapped Children's Association to lobby for community support and education for their children (now IHC). The growth of autism awareness, parent advocacy, self advocacy, consumer organisations for autism and more acceptance of neurodiversity have improved outcomes for those on the spectrum - though by no means to perfection.

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