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    Hi, my EPQ project is supposed to be evaluating how effective the support put into place for children with autism is?

    For my primary research I am going to be interviewing two support workers at my school (at my teachers suggestion) and I need to come up with some questions and I seem to be having some difficulty.Does anyone have any suggestions? it will be much appreciated

    My brother has autism so these are the kind of questions we would ask:
    "What kind of children do you cater for best on spectrum?" (E.g. severe autism to high functioning)
    "What kind of facilities do you have in place for them?" (E.g. one to one support)
    "How would you deal with a child who *insert a couple of problems*?" (See how they react etc)
    "What sort of safety procedures etc do you have in place?" (E.g. locking doors etc - mainly for severe autism)
    "What kind of things do you think need improving to facilitate for autistic children?"
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