Visitors to the B Squared stand at The Autism Show this year will be able to see demonstrations of both our autism profiling tool, Autism Progress, and evidence management platform, Evisense. B Squared assessment experts will also be available to discuss the Rochford Review and its implications for settings working with individuals with SEND. The B Squared stand numbers are as follows: London D25; Birmingham D18; Manchester C18.
Assess the impact of an individual’s Autism with Autism Progress
Already in use by over 400 settings in the UK, Autism Progress is an observational assessment framework designed to help members of staff to support individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Phil Baker, Head of Education, Hope House School, Nottinghamshire, said “This profiling tool is both relevant and useful for the assessment of individuals with autism. The support strategies it recommends provide a solid foundation for individual students’ development.”
Evisense - evidence for learning made easy
B Squared’s evidence management platform has been designed to make capturing evidence of learning easier. Evisense enables settings to collect photos, videos, audio and documents to create a portfolio of an individual’s educational journey. Accessible via multiple platforms – Android, iOS, Amazon Fire apps and web browser – Evisense has also been designed as a communication tool. Teaching staff can easily and quickly share recorded evidence with parents, giving them a clear insight into their child’s progress, helping to increase parents’ involvement in their children’s education. Delegates can sign up for a FREE 3-month trial of Evisense on the B Squared stand at the Show.