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RHS Flower Show Tatton Park – Hillary Newhall

RHS Flower Show Tatton Park Hillary Newhall CMLI, is thrilled to announce that her Terrace Garden show entry for the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park 2024 has been accepted. Hilary is looking forward to creating a space that not only

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MHTN – Understanding Autism: Steph Jones’ Therapy Guide

Hosts Patricia Wu, Jessica Reyes, and guest therapist Steph Jones discuss how therapy can better serve autistic individuals. Understanding Autism Jones highlights the need for recognizing autism in therapy to improve support and outcomes. Customized Approaches The importance of tailoring

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Chris Packham Describes the NAS Garden at the Chelsea Flower Show

The The National Autistic Society’s ambassador, Chris Packham, describes what he loves about their garden at the Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show. Click HERE to watch the video on Linkedin. At our next Post-Diagnostic Support Group meeting, after a

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Neurodiverse Love with Mona Kay – Podcast Interview

Neurodiverse Love with Mona Kay – Interview with Sarah Hendrickx Join Mona Kay as she focuses on increasing understanding of the strengths, differences, and challenges in mixed neurotype relationships. Whether you’re autistic, neurotypical or allistic, this podcast is for you!

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ADHD UK – Research participants needed

Research participants needed Sleep in Adults with ADHD: Exploring Strategies for Navigating Difficulty Sleeping. Up to 80% of adults with ADHD report some kind of difficulty sleeping (e.g., restless legs, delayed sleep onset, daytime sleepiness). Despite how common it is,

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Open Letter About Suicide Prevention in Autistic People – Autism Centre of Excellence at Cambridge

The number of autistic people dying by suicide year after year is a national scandal. Today, following the inquest of Caitlyn Scott-Lee, a 16-year-old autistic girl who chose to end her own life, we have written an open letter to

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Backbench Business Debate on Buckland Review of Autism Employment Today

Since the Independent Report into Autism and Employment was published at the end of February, there has been a huge amount of interest and support for its findings. Over the months since the review was launched, Sir Robert Buckland has

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Blue Badge Scheme – Resources

The Blue Badge scheme is designed to allow parking concessions for those with disabilities or health conditions, and it can help them access services, go shopping, socialize, or make travelling to and from work a little bit easier. The Department

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Personal Independence Payments (PIP) – Resources

Personal Independence Payments, commonly known as PIP, are usually available to those on the Autism Spectrum. The National Autistic Society have a number of resources describing what PIP is and how to apply for it. Below are some resources which

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Autism and Anaesthesia: A Simple Framework for Everyday Practice – Science Direct

Autism and Anaesthesia: A Simple Framework for Everyday Practice – Science Direct Learning objectives By reading the full article you should be able to: Explain the specific challenges faced by autistic patients presenting for anaesthesia. Recognise when patients of all

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Helping Autistic People to Work – DWP

This is a follow up to our recent “Buckland Review of Autism Employment” post. Below is an easy read version of the Buckland Review of Autism Employment, which can be found by clicking on the image or link below

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Buckland Review of Autism Employment Calls on Employers to Boost Support for Autistic People

A bold new government-backed review, led by Sir Robert Buckland MP, has set out a vision for workplace culture changes to support autistic people to start and stay in work. Review sets out 19 recommendations to support more autistic people

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Requesting DHQ help from Axia

We are aware we ask our guests to fill in a developmental history questionnaire as part of our assessment process. We know form filling is daunting We are also aware it can be a really emotional experience thinking about all

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BBC – Autistic people held back by job interview questions – report

Ambiguous interview questions and application forms are keeping autistic people out of work, a report has found. While 53.6% of all disabled people are in work, only 30% of autistic people are, the latest official figures show. One autistic person

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The Autistic Survival Guide to Therapy – Book Review

Book Review of “The Autistic Survival Guide to Therapy” by Steph Jones, Forewords by Tony Attwood and Sarah Hendrickx Publishers: Jessica Kingsley Publishers I’m delighted to announce that I’ve just received a copy of ‘The Autistic Survival Guide to Therapy’

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Civil Service internship for 100 autistic young people – Ambitious About Autism

An exciting four-week work experience opportunity in the Civil Service is being offered to approximately 100 autistic young people. Please share this with anyone who you think may be interested. Share This Post:

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Adapting mental health assessment tools for autistic adults – Research

A new study is looking for responses from people who are diagnosed autistic and people who suspect they are autistic (but not yet diagnosed). Participants feedback will help develop more appropriate mental health assessment tools for autistic adults. There are

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