Providing parents with accurate information, effective practical strategies, is important in improving outcomes for individuals with autism and their families. However, such education has not been available everywhere in Europe. Through the work undertaken and the findings in the project, the videos below are the ESIPP key recommendations for policy makers.
The ESIPP project was established to develop a locally appropriate Parent Education Programme (PEP) or families living with autism in three south-east European countries (Croatia, Cyprus and the FYR of Macedonia). The project is led by the University of Northampton and includes eight other partner organisations from across Europe.