The Scottish Strategy for Autism: engagement analysis

This document is the analysis of the autism strategies engagement exercise which took place from October to December 2017.


1. Scottish Parliament, 'Autism (Scotland) Bill [as introduced]', [date accessed 20 February 2018].

2. Scottish Parliament, Education, Lifelong Learning and Culture Committee, '11th Report, 2010 (Session 3), Stage 1 of the Autism (Scotland) Bill', [date accessed 20 February 2018].

3. Scottish Government, 'Towards an Autism Strategy for Scotland', [date accessed 20 February 2018].

4. Scottish Parliament Information Centre, 'Autism (Scotland) Bill', [date accessed 21 February 2018].

5. Ibid.

6. Scottish Government, 'The Scottish Government's response to the consultation on outline proposals for an Autism Strategy', [date accessed 21 February 2018].

7. Scottish Government, 'Scottish Strategy for Autism', [date accessed 21 February 2018].

8. Scottish Government, 'Scottish Strategy for Autism: Progress Report – Foundation Stage (0-2 Years)', [date accessed 21 February 2018].

9. Ibid.

10. Ibid. See Annex four for more information on the projects that were supported during this phase of the strategy.

11. Scottish Government, 'Scottish Strategy for Autism Outcomes Approach: Priorities and Outcomes 2015-17', [date accessed 21 February 2018].

12. NHS Education for Scotland, 'The NHS Education for Scotland Autism Training Framework - Optimising Outcomes: A framework for all staff working with people with Autism Spectrum Disorders, their families and carers', [date accessed 21 February 2018]; Health Improvement Scotland, ' SIGN 145 - Assessment, diagnosis and interventions for autism spectrum disorders: a national clinical guideline', [date accessed 21 February 2018].


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