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Working Together: Bridging The Void – Conference

WORKING TOGETHER: BRIDGING THE VOID WEDNESDAY 22nd NOVEMBER 2017 9.30 AM TO 4 PM A conference for Autistic adults and family members, anyone working with in health, social care or any part of the criminal justice system with an interest

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North Wales “2nd Annual Autism Conference” this Friday

We just wanted to remind people of the North Wales Conference this coming Friday which we will be attending. Tickets are still available by clicking the image below. Share This Post:

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LDT – Thousands of autistic children excluded from school

Learning Disability Today News – 18 September 2017 The Department of Education’s latest figures indicate 9,000 of these exclusions were legal but the charity have extrapolated from the data that as many as 26,000 children were denied the legal right

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Thesis – siblings of children with autism

We have been asked if we can share the following with you. Recruitment for thesis required Good afternoon   I was wondering/hoping you could help me. My name is Alex and I am a third year Trainee Educational Psychologist at

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Volunteers needed for autism research in deaf children

We would like to remind people that Axia-ASD are currently in discussions with the Project Lead of this Research Project regarding identifying Autism in deaf children, and are trying to help them with their recruitment process. If you would like

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Mental health consultation: Pre-consultation workshops

Dr Buchan would urge anyone who is either an existing or former user of adult mental health services or someone close to somebody who is an existing or former service user to attend one of these workshops as there is

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Chester Comic Con – tickets still available

We just wished to let people know that “Early Bird” tickets are now sold out for this event! “General Entry” tickets are STILL AVAILABLE, so anyone hoping to join Calvin and Renwick at the Chester Comic Con on Sunday 24th

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Too Much Information – Autism Awareness Session

The ‘Autism Hour’ campaign begins on week commencing the 2nd October 2017 and asks retailers and businesses to choose an hour in the week during which they will agree to, turn down music or other noise and dim the lights,

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NAS – “Welcome to MyWorld”

“Welcome to MyWorld” – a National Autistic Society monthly e-newsletter special Share This Post:

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NAS – Parliament to debate autism diagnosis waiting times

National Autistic Society News – 8th September 2017 Autistic children and adults are waiting too long for diagnosis. Research indicates that on average, for children the wait is over three and a half years, while adults wait on average two

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Dr Paul Williams MP Tweet

News – 7th September 2017 Dr Paul Williams MP Twitter account @PaulWilliamsMP I’m hoping to speak at a #Parliamentary debate on Autism diagnosis times. What are your thoughts on the process?  Please click the image below to share your thoughts

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NAS – Autism Hour Update

A Message from the National Autistic Society. Dear members, As you know, during the week of 2-8 October shops and services across the UK are hosting National Autistic Society Autism Hours, spending 60 minutes making small changes – from dimming

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CAMHS Shortfall Impact – Mental Health Today

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The Guardian – My autism hasn’t stopped me connecting with my sister

The Guardian – 2nd September 2017 My sister, Kirsten, spent most of 2014 and 2015 sectioned on a psychiatric ward. While in hospital, she stuck a sign on her bedroom door. “Please don’t ask me how I am or how

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Parents praise Clarks for launching autism-friendly school shoes

Facebook message praises Clarks for launching school shoe ideal for children with autism and sensory issues. Clarks’ shoes have received a lot of press attention recently. Given the time of year and school term just around the corner, Clarks is

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Forget stereotypes … how to recruit talented, neurodiverse employees

by Hazel Davis for The Guardian Thursday 31 August 2017 ‘Some highly talented, unusual thinkers may have struggled for many years to find their niche,’ says Sarah Hendrickx, an autism consultant and trainer. James Neely used to work in an

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FaceBook Live Chat – Agony Autie with Axia ASD Ltd.

Yesterday, we had a “Live Chat” with Agony Autie about Relationships. The video is in two parts. You can watch PART 1 HERE and PART 2 HERE. Share This Post:

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Post-Diagnostic Support Group Minutes – August 2017

Minutes of the Twenty Third Post-Diagnostic Support Group Wednesday 16th August 2017 Today’s group was attended by 44 people. Items discussed were: The meeting started with apologies from Linda about starting a little late today. Unfortunately, there were roads closed

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