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Axia PDSG – 17th April

Hello everyone,  Our next Post Diagnostic Support Group Session is being held on Wednesday 17th April 2024 at our usual time, 12:00pm until 2:00pm.  The session is being taken by, Jess Hendrickx and the topic will be “How to Live

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Axia PDSG – 6th March

Hello everyone,  Our next Post Diagnostic Support Group Session is being held on Wednesday 6th March 2024 at our usual time, 12:00pm until 2:00pm.  The session is being taken by, Pierre Novellie stand-up comedian, writer, radio host and podcaster If

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New Resources Released by Jacqui Brett

Jacqui Brett, one of our Neurodevelopmental Diagnosticians here at Axia, wished to share her new/updated resources. Both the new “Penguin and Pigeon” book and “Autism Coping Skills” book are available to buy on Etsy. There will be some physical copies

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Axia Christmas Closing Times 2023

Our office will close at 4.45pm on Friday 22nd December 2023 and will reopen at 9am on Tuesday 2nd January 2023 In the meantime, you can catch up on any posts you may have missed from our Facebook groups here and here, and

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Due to the weather we are unable to answer telephone calls or emails, but we will get back to people as soon as we can.   Evie Connor   Data Analyst & Learning and Development Manager Share This Post:

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Offices Closed 13th October for Axia Annual Away Day

Please note that our office will be closed on Friday 13th October 2023. If you need to contact us during this time, the best method is to send an email to which will be picked up when our admin

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Axia’s 25th Anniversary Celebration

Hi everyone, We are fast approaching our anniversary celebration on the 21st July and are very pleased to see so many of you will be attending. We are now at capacity for the venue, which means that if you have

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JKP – Personalised Autism Book Survey

Jessica Kingsley Publishers Personalised Autism Book Survey £50 Prize Draw 🎉 YES! You read that right. Jessica Kingsley Publishers are embarking on an exciting project to bring you personalisable autism spectrum children’s books! A recent study revealed that more than

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Celebrating 25 Years of Axia – A Public Invitation

As you may be aware, 2023 is Axia’s 25th anniversary. As such, the office will be closed on Friday 21st July while we head to the racecourse for an all-day celebratory event. You are welcome to join us for this

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Autism Employment Review Launched by Government – HR

A new review designed to boost the employment prospects of autistic people was announced by the government on Sunday (2 March). The review will ask businesses, employment organisations, specialist support groups and autistic people to help identify the barriers to

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Why we’re underdiagnosing autistic girls | R.AGE

Why we’re underdiagnosing autistic girls | R.AGE Published on 4 Apr 2023 4:43:19 PM Autistic girls have a much higher risk of mental health and psychiatric disorders than neurotypical girls, especially if they’re not diagnosed. So why is it so

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NAS: “Our response to autism assessment criteria changes in some areas”

Some NHS trusts or services appear to have announced changes to the criteria for an autism assessment referral. Tim Nicholls, Head of Influencing and Research at the National Autistic Society, said: “We are incredibly concerned about anything that makes it

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World Autism Acceptance Week – NAS

“To me, autism acceptance means being comfortable having a conversation about how my brain works differently, and how this might hinder and help my personality.” Chris Packham World Autism Acceptance Week is approaching and we need you more than ever

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Autistic boy writes to PM calling for more support – BBC News

At a glance Nate Courtney, from south-west London, has written a letter to the prime minister telling him his parents feel “failed and forgotten” The letter is part of the Let Parents be Parents campaign, which is calling for local

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Anna Kennedy Autism Hero Awards 2023 – Reminder

We would just like to remind everyone who attend our Post-Diagnostic Support Groups, that the attendees have an opportunity to nominate the group for the “Autism Hero Awards 2023”. Axia’s PDSGs are quite unique, so those of you who join

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A Date For Your Diaries – Celebrating 25 Years of Axia

Axia are proud to announce that we are in our 25th year, and will be holding “A Celebration of 25 Years of Axia”! on Friday 21st July 2023 at Chester Race Course so make a note of the date now!

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Helping Young People to Understand Their Autistic Identity – NAS

Rebecca Duffus is an Advisory Teacher working with students and educators in mainstream and specialist schools, plus local council and education services. Here, Rebecca discusses the importance of supporting young people to understand their autistic identity. Research shows that having

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