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What is autism and the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? What does Austism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) look like? What are the symptoms? What are the strengths of autism?
The New Zealand Autism Spectrum Guideline (2008) (the Guideline) recommends that a comprehensive assessment for the diagnosis of ASD will include validated diagnostic instruments administered by expert clinicians. The most commonly used diagnostic tools in New Zealand are the ADI-R (Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised) and ADOS (Autism diagnostic Observation Schedule). ADI-R is a semi-structured interview with […]
What are Special Assessment Conditions (SAC)? Special Assessment Conditions (SAC) provide extra help for approved students studying for NCEA to remove barriers to ensure they are fairly assessed. SAC are used for both internal standards and external exams. SAC include: Additional time to complete work/exams Rest breaks Reader or writer or both Separate accommodation Use […]