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Survey on Post Diagnostic support for the GM Autism Post Diagnosis working groups

This is a survey on Post Diagnostic support after an Autism diagnosis for Autistic people and Family members in the Salford and Greater Manchester area. This survey has been developed to support the work of the GM Autism Post Diagnosis

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Introducing: Hart School

Hart Club Presents This Summer, after being closed to the public for over a year due to Covid-19, Hart Club is proud to be launching Hart School… Art School with a difference! We are currently fundraising to bring Hart School

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Celebrating Our Heroes – NAS

It’s the last day of Volunteers’ Week, and we have been celebrating our volunteers give their time and energy to help create a society that works for autistic people. We want to say a huge thank you to all of

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E3 2021

E3 2021 ‘In 2021, E3 is coming to you. This year’s event will be a reimagined and hyper-engaged digital experience, paving the way for so much more in 2022 and beyond.’ Taking place from 12th-15th June 2021, this year’s E3

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Mental Health and Employment – NAS

In this edition of Autism Practice, we take a look at several key areas where autistic people might need support: namely mental health and employment, along with featuring the best professional training we offer to support autistic people. Share This

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TikTok accidentally detected my ADHD – The Guardian

TikTok accidentally detected my ADHD. For 23 years everyone missed the warning signs Matilda Boseley Learning you have ADHD on TikTok is now such a common phenomenon it has become its own meme, but it can be tricky ‘I’d never

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ADHD Foundation

We just wanted to let people know we’ve added another organisation to our “Links” page, the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity.   Sue Power Company Secretary and Educational Lead The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity is an

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Preparing for Transitions and Planning Futures – NAS

Autistic children and young people can find transition very difficult. This could be changing year groups, moving schools, going to college or university or transferring from children’s to adults’ services. In this newsletter, we look at how to prepare your

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The Society for Neurodiversity

We just wanted to make sure people were aware of the Society for Neurodiversity, and that it has been added to our “Links” page.   Sue Power Company Secretary and Educational Lead Society for Neurodiversity Celebrating neurodiversity. Every day. Empowering,

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Asda launches school uniform for children with sensory-sensitive needs like autism

Design features include buttons with easy-close fastenings and care instructions printed on the fabric itself instead of a label In a UK supermarket first, Asda has created a range of schoolwear that is specifically designed to be comfortable for children

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Axia Weekly Bulletin – 1/4/21

Another busy, but shorter, week here at Axia with our clinicians carrying out excellent work. Just a reminder to those of you who are due to visit us for face to face appointments, all staff and visitors are required to

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Changes to Payment for Services Reminder

We just wanted to remind everyone, that as of tomorrow, 1st April 2021, there will be Changes to Payment for Our Services. All of our services for self funded clients will need to be paid for in full prior to

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Postgraduate certificate in autism and Asperger syndrome – NAS

Sheffield Hallam University Postgraduate certificate in autism and Asperger syndrome Applications are open for the National Autistic Society and Sheffield Hallam University Postgraduate certificate in autism and Asperger syndrome, led by Dr Luke Beardon. Students frequently share how the course

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Axia Weekly Bulletin – 26/3/21

Another busy week here at Axia with our clinicians carrying out excellent work. Just a reminder to those of you who are due to visit us for face to face appointments, all staff and visitors are required to wear masks

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PhD research project

Exploring Experience of Romantic Relationships and Sexuality Education in Young People Hi Everyone! Please take part in this very important survey and help to understand whether the current sex education is appropriate (or not) for neurodivergent youth. What support (if

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Psychologists report an error in the NICE guidelines for autism

Reporting in the Lancet Psychiatry today, psychologists at the University of Bath highlight that a widely used technique for autism screening is being misused, which may have prevented many people from receiving an autism diagnosis over the past decade. When

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Axia Weekly Bulletin – 19/3/21

Another busy week here at Axia with our clinicians carrying out excellent work. Just a reminder to those of you who are due to visit us for face to face appointments, all staff and visitors are required to wear masks

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Connected by Autism Conference – Last Chance to Book Tickets

We just wanted to remind people that places are still available for the JKP Online Autism Conference starting Monday 22nd March, which we are involved in. To read more about the conference and book your tickets, please click the image

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