Here you will find all resources that feed into the early years segment of the Autism Wheel. Useful information About Two Year Old Funding Click here to apply for two year old funding Do you have a two year old? If so,…Activity Ideas for EYFS Number Place 1, 2 and 3 objects into different pots/ containers Take 1, 2 and 3 objects out…Choosing objects or pictures to go with traffic lights What do I show? You choose an object or picture, which is relevant to the situation and one…Development checks with the health visitor team Due to the need to review our service in line with Government directives relating to Covid-19, the Health…Funded Early Education for 3 and 4 Year Olds Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)Funded flexible early education for 570 hours a year for all 3 and 4…Help in the Early Years if you are concerned about your child By Contact: For families with disabled children Finding out that your child has additional needs can bring about…How to make and use a visual support system How to make and use a visual support system for developing communicators1. Traffic lights cards 3 discs of…How to request deferred entry to school until the spring or summer term Parents will still need to apply for a school place as if for September entry but this place…How to use traffic lights Traffic Lights help you: Say what you mean Show what you mean You will need Traffic lights cards…Introducing a young child on the autism spectrum to the nursery Make the introduction to nursery or pre-school gradual for children on the autism spectrum. Before their first visit…Online resources for learning EYFS - Secondary Websites for home learning BBC Bitesize All subjects https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize Primary 3 – 11 yrs Secondary 11 – 16…Speech Sound Development in Children Under Three A child under three is expected to have unclear speech. When children first start speaking, they can only…The assessment and diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in children and young people: Information for Health Visitors and Nurseries What is ASD? Autism is a lifelong developmental condition that affects how a person communicates with, and relates…Referring for Autism, guides for Health Visitors and Early Years Staff Please see the guides within downloads to assist you.