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Axia Weekly Bulletin – 3rd July

Another busy week here at Axia. We have had seven clinicians in this week, all carrying out sterling work. A very happy Anime fan went away with a copy of Calvin’s book, ‘The Nerd Consultant’s Guide to Anime’ on Monday.

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Wednesday 13th May – Update

Today we had visitors from Wales and also somebody from Berlin was diagnosed via Skype. Interesting times!   Calvin posted another game review this morning which you can find here, and just to remind everybody that Calvin and Ren will

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Introducing the JKP Library

The JKP Library is open! For the first time, you can browse and download a wide range of new and bestselling JKP titles as audio books and eBooks, as well as educational video content and additional learning resources. On the

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Wednesday 29th April – Update

Linda had a very productive meeting with the National Autistic Society today entitled “Working in Partnership”. We shared our experiences of the National Autistic Society Professionals Conference, which thankfully went ahead before the lockdown, and as you may remember, Calvin

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Spectrum Live – NAS

Spectrum Live The Coronavirus Series Many autistic people and their families have concerns about the current situation with coronavirus also known as COVID-19. We are pleased to announce a series of Spectrum Live episodes which will be pre-recorded and hosted

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Friday 24th April – Update

Whilst we like to keep you informed of what is happening here at Axia, we thought it would be good to let you all know about of some of the fantastic work other organisations are carrying out during these challenging

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Monday 6th April – Update

Answers for the World of Education During this time of uncertainty, the impact on those involved with education has been profound. With school closures, other than for a minority, teachers, students, parents and carers have all been affected by huge

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In a time of uncertainty – NAS

We hope our membership can provide support We really hope you and your loved ones are doing okay during these unsettling times. As I’m sure you’re aware, the rapid spread of COVID-19 has caused a lot of uncertainty in the

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NAS – NICE clarification on critical care applying to autistic people

Important news: NICE clarifies how guideline on critical care applies to autistic people (25 March 2020) The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has updated its guidance for hospitals and doctors about when to send people who are

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Alex posted an update to Amazing Kids Happen: An animated educational film

Alex posted a new update to Amazing Kids Happen: An animated educational film Hello! I am really excited and pleased to announce that even though we haven’t reached out funding goal, the Amazing Kids animation has now been completed and

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NAS World Autism Awareness Week – Get Involved

World Autism Awareness Week 30 March – 5 April 2020 Join us and help us spread awareness and increase acceptance. From community fundraising to getting your child’s school to teach about autism, you’ll be doing your bit to help autistic

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Monday 30th March – Update

More satisfied customers today.   For people coming to see us: If you can’t use the stairs, for whatever reason, let us know as we can request the lift for you. We just need notice.   Finally we look forward

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Autism support pets are more than companions – LDT

Autism support pets are more than companions – they’re clinical tools to enrich lives Supporters say animal-assisted intervention for autism bolsters social skills and provides unconditional companionship. But what does scientific research reveal about the value of spending time with

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Coronavirus, Autism & Axia ASD

General information In a few months, the Covid-19 coronavirus has spread all around the world. Here is our latest guidance for service users and their families during the coronavirus outbreak. As coronavirus misinformation is flooding the internet, we recommend looking

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Thursday 26th March – Update

Six more happy customers today! And we are almost at the point where everything can be done remotely but absolutely securely. We are finding Skype very helpful seeing how people are in their own homes. Once again our sincere thanks

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NAS – Download your FREE Autism at Work guide

Welcome to World Autism Awareness Week in the workplace! Hope you are keeping safe and productive during this difficult time. With the changes the COVID-19 pandemic is bringing to every aspect of our society, it will be more important than

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Axia-ASD Appointments Continue

Scheduled Appointments We look forward to everyone attending their appointments with us if they are able to. The Reception area at Red Hill House is closed but you will be able to enter the building with a member of our

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Neurodiversity: the new normal – BBC Bitesize

Siena Castellon: Neurodiversity – the new normal Siena is 17 and from London. She classes herself as a ‘maths and physics nerd’ and claims her dog is the cutest dog in the world. Siena is also neurodiverse: She is autistic,

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