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Sarah Carlon is an Honorary Lecturer in the Department of Educational Studies who specialises in Special Education. Sarah’s primary area of research is the decision-making of parents of young children with autism regarding early intervention. She is also interested in evidence-based practice in special education, the use of controversial practices in special education, inclusive early childhood education, and early literacy.

Research interests

  • Parent decision-making regarding early intervention
  • Evidence-based practice in special education
  • Controversial practices in special education
  • Early literacy
  • Inclusive early childhood education


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