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Cost of Membership of the 10 Questions

  • Annual Cost
  • 1 user membership

The 10 Questions

The 10 Questions is an online resource for schools which helps staff understand autism a little better, think about a child’s/young person’s particular autism profile and helps identify targets and strategies. Staff are also directed to free, downloadable resources which can be used immediately. Access to a monthly Q & A session is now included in the membership. The resource is regularly updated by Anne so you are kept informed about what’s current.

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Autism Training & Workshops

Training people to understand autism has been our professional focus for the last 20 plus years. Tailored to your specific requirements, we can deliver training or workshops to individuals or organisations to help you understand the different perspectives and thinking styles of those on the autism spectrum. We offer a variety of workshops to schools and parents/carers.


Support for Families

Information/consultation sessions are available for families. During our sessions we listen, help you make sense of reports/meetings/support plans/jargon, point you in the right direction for support and advice around the many challenging aspects of living with autism.



Since graduating as a primary teacher (with an additional nursery qualification) in 1982, my experience has been wide and varied. I have over 38 years experience teaching, leading and working alongside parents and professionals. This, in combination with my experience beyond education, demonstrates my commitment to motivating, inspiring and leading others.

During my teaching career I worked in mainstream, general additional support needs and autism specific establishments as a class teacher, early years specialist support teacher, autism outreach teacher, inclusion teacher and principal teacher in an autism base.

For a period of 6 years from 1990 I was a volunteer telephone Counsellor with ChildLine Scotland. After completing my initial training, I counselled weekly (often more). I became part of a team designing training for and delivering training to newly appointed counsellors. Subsequently, I was invited to become a joint facilitator delivering ongoing training to existing counsellors. I worked as part of the ‘outreach’ team presenting information about ChildLine to the community.

At the same time, for a period of 4 years I was a volunteer tutor with Dyslexia Scotwest. I supported children with Dyslexia and their families at home. I was part of a project working alongside other members of Dyslexia Scotwest to interview and select potential tutors and, thereafter, jointly facilitate training for those tutors.

A break was then required to be a full-time working mum while studying for additional qualifications at Strathclyde University.

In September 2017 I took early retirement to establish Love Autism.

Anne Love