Autism spectrum disorders (ASD)

Access Film Club, Episode 189

Chat with Jodie Wilkinson about Access Film Club at Glasgow Film Theatre.

ISBA 2016: Anything to declare? - Jaynie Mitchell, Episode 166

Jaynie Mitchell, Director at Inspiring Inclusion (Scotland) shares the experience of her own family of accessing appropriate services and support for her son who was diagnosed with autism as a child.

Autism and acting

Liam's career four years on

In 2012 Liam Robertson, who is on the autism spectrum, told us about his passion for TV, film and theatre and his ambition to become an actor. Liam's story is inspirational, demonstrating the importance of seeing the person, not the disability.

Values into Action Scotland, episode 129

Michael McEwan talks to David Ross about how his work as a Quality Checker helps people bring more choice and control into their lives.

Young Scotland's Got Talent, episode 115

A conversation between Michael McEwan and Emma Hill about the East Project in East Renfrewshire - a project run by Enable Scotland to support people with disabilities into employment.

Knowledge management in practice - Charlene Tait

Interview with Charlene Tait, development director, Scottish Autism

In this short video, new Iriss Champion, Charlene Tait, describes the process of sharing knowledge to improve practice within Scottish Autism.

This forms part of the Iriss evidence informed practice case study series designed to help practitioners share their experiences of using different types of evidence to change the delivery of services.

Autism – telling a story through video

How we made Liam's story

Liam Robertson is 20 years old and has autism. He has a passion for film, attends Scottish Youth Theatre, works part-time in a Barnardo's shop in Glasgow and would like to pursue a career in the theatre.