UK Educational Reform Inspires Students on the Spectrum
The UK is taking great steps toward making education more accessible and mentally invigorating for children with special needs, including those on the autism spectrum. In 2011, the government set forth a plan to incorporate health and social care into the special needs educational experience, which has achieved some success since its implementation.
Thanks to the changes, students are given a much more fulfilling education, and can set their sights on the future. Check out what some students with autism and other special needs from TreeHouse and Alexandra Park Schools in England have to say about their favorite subjects and vocational hopes in this video.