November 18, 2022
Autism and studying A level mathematics

After successfully studying Maths at GCSE, I decided to study it at A level. Back at primary school, due to my language development delays, I would find it difficult to understand new concepts and apply new knowledge to given problems. This improved for me over the years since. There had always been confidence in underlying […]

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January 30, 2022
Ways to support maths students with autism aged 11 to 16

Mathematics was another subject I began to excel at during my life at secondary school, especially as my language skills and general understanding improved. This meant I was able to understand new mathematical concepts more easily. Below I talk about ways that were beneficial in supporting me when making progress in mathematics in senior school. […]

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July 2, 2021
Ways you can teach maths to children with autism

Mathematics can be a difficult enough subject at times for us all, with many different concepts to learn and apply to problems of everyday life. Given my language development delays as a result of being on the autism spectrum, it meant there would be times when I’d have difficulties understanding new concepts. Consequently varying degrees […]

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