The capacity for cross-agency working will be developed through stronger networks, best practice and training. This will help deliver cost-effective support and interventions.

Cross agency working through stronger networks

  • By 10 Yrs

  • By 5 Yrs

  • By 2 Yrs

  • Recommendation Fifteen

    It is recommended that existing reports on the work of Scottish Autism Services Network are formally evaluated with a view to assessing its long-term viability and effectiveness.

  • Recommendation Sixteen

    It is recommended that the ASD Reference Group contributes to a review of the SIGNScottish Intercollegiate Guideline Network guidelines and in doing so, considers where and how best this innovation might be replicated for adults and other relevant professions.

  • Recommendation Seventeen

    It is recommended that the Training Sub-Group of the main Reference Group is reconstituted and strengthened by the inclusion of an SCLDScottish Consortium for Learning Disability representative to undertake an audit of existing provision and to take evidence from grass roots trainers with a view to recognising strengths and gaps as well as identifying the means by which to further improve what is on offer.

  • Recommendation Eighteen

    It is recommended that good practice transition guidance is developed, building on from existing educational guidance, in order to support the lifelong challenges facing people with autism as they make daily and life-stage transitions.