1st ESIPP CONFERENCE
Positive parenting to empower parents of children with autism in Zagreb
3rd TRAINING SESSIONS DELIVERED
Positive approaches in the FYR of Macedonia and Croatia
BEING SOCIAL
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25TH ANNIVERSARY OF ESIPP PARTNER AUTISM CONCERN
INTERVIEW WITH JULIA HARDCASTLE, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF AUTISM CONCERN AND MOTHER OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM
EQUITY AND SOCIAL INCLUSION
THROUGH POSITIVE PARENTING
Helping parents to understand and support their children with autism

Equity and Social Inclusion

through Positive Parenting (ESIPP)

Erasmus+ project 2015-1-UK01-KA204-013397

Autism affects approximately 7.5m European citizens, as well as those who live with them and care for them. The presence of autism can be extremely challenging to parents and other family members. Providing parents with accurate information, and teaching them effective practical strategies, is important in improving outcomes for individuals with autism and their families. However, such parent education is not universally available.

The purpose of the ESIPP project is to develop, provide and evaluate locally appropriate parent education about autism in three south-east European counties (Croatia, Cyprus and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia). The project is led by the University of Northampton with eight other funded partners from Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia in the strategic partnership.