This website (previously ASDinfoWales) belongs to and is run by the National Autism Team, which is funded by Welsh Government. It is one of the resources which helps the Team achieve their aim to improve the lives of autistic people in Wales.

Videos

1. Parent / carer films

ASDinfoWales TV

This film provides an overview of autism and what resources are available following a diagnosis.

Living with Autism

Increase understanding to support autistic adults.

Growing with Autism

A series of films that provide information & advice such as; communication, coping with change, planning and visiting health professionals.

2. Education training films

Early Year Settings

Staff training film and certification scheme.

Teifi & Friends

Short animation showing how children can be kind and accepting towards peers with additional needs.

Primary school teaching staff training

Teaching staff training film and certification scheme.

Primary school learning support staff training

Learning Support staff training film and certificated scheme.

Secondary School

Teaching and Support staff training film and certificated scheme.

Sgilti Lesson

Training film and pledge for pupils and peers to undertake.

Further Education

What is Autism? and Further Education training film, providing information and some good practice as we follow students journey whilst in college.

Work Based Learning

What is Autism? and Work Based Learning training film, providing information and some good practice as we follow two learners’ journey whilst completing their worked based learning placement.

3. Employment films

Working with Autism

Film to increase knowledge and awareness of the needs of individuals with autism amongst those who are supporting them to secure employment.

4. Digital Stories

Gerraint Jones Griffiths

Gerraint speaks with us about his experience as an autistic person, his achievements, and his progression through working life.

Willow Holloway

Willow speaks with us about the impact that receiving her diagnosis has had on her life, and the advocacy work that she has been leading over the past few years.

Hazel Lim

Hazel speaks with us about how autism is viewed in the Chinese community, and how professionals can adapt their practice to ensure services are accessible for autistic people and their families within the community.

5. Community of Practice sessions

6. Other schemes / resources / training films

What is Autism?

A film designed to raise awareness and understanding of autism, enhancing our Autism Awareness Scheme.

Can You See Me?

Part of an awareness scheme launched to promote understanding and acceptance, amongst communities in Wales.

The Birthday Party – SIGNS

A film has been designed to help front-line professionals to identify the signs of autism in children. We designed it to be suitable for professionals working in education, health-care and social services, as a supplement to a training session.