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Avoidance of Workplace Stress Caused to People with Neurodiversity – Survey

SPACE4AUTISM Hi,   I am currently completing my Msc Occupational Safety, Health and Environment and have a keen interest in the autism employment gap. Please see a link below to my dissertation survey to understand the needs of autistic adults

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We have a new employment module for adults and it’s FREE – NAS

Autism Hour returns for 2019 The National Autistic Society’s Autism Hour is back! From 5-12 October 2019, businesses all over the UK will be taking the first steps to create an autism-friendly world and your support is vital to make

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Women and girls, PDA and mental health – NAS

Women and girls conference 11 September, Edinburgh Our annual Women and Girls Conference is in Edinburgh this September for the first time. Every year we bring together experts in this field − researchers, practitioners, and autistic women themselves − but

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Questions for our July PDSG?

Our July Post-Diagnostic Support Group meeting on Wednesday 17th will be a “Q & A Session” with Dr. Linda Buchan, Clinical Psychologist and Director of Axia-ASD. This will not only be a chance to catch up with any recent developments

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NAS – Autism Hour is back!

Autism Hour is back! The National Autistic Society’s Autism Hour is back! From 5-12 October 2019, businesses all over the UK will be taking the first steps to create an autism-friendly world and your support is vital to make sure

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The First Reaseheath Forest College Newsletter!

Attached is the first Reaseheath Forest College Newsletter! I hope you find it informative. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you want more information about any particular event or programme or if you prefer something tailored to your needs.

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“Know Your Normal” – Ambitious About Autism

As young people with autism we are reclaiming the word ‘normal’ for World Autism Awareness Month. We want to remind people that everyone’s normal is different and that those quirks and idiosyncrasies that everyone has are what makes them who

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Not an hour goes past that I don’t remember – NAS

Like you, I was shocked to hear and see the abuse and mistreatment at Whorlton Hall, uncovered in a recent episode of BBC’s Panorama. As someone who spent over three years in mental health hospitals similar to Whorlton Hall, I

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Cheshire West and Chester SEND Consultation

Closing date: 12 September 2019 Help shape the services provided to children, young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). What is this consultation about and why are we doing it? Across the country there are a growing number

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Training Opportunity

**TRAINING OPPORTUNITY** Hi everyone! We are excited to be delivering an afternoon of training aimed toward supporting Autistic individuals to gain knowledge and skills relevant to entering employment. This will be an opportunity to connect with other Autistic people who

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Learning Disability Week 2019 – mencap

Learning Disability Week 2019 will take place from 17th to 23rd June, and will be all about sport and inclusion. How sport can help Sport and physical activity can reduce loneliness and isolation. Benefits for people with and without a

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EastEnders shows the autism diagnosis journey – NAS

Autism on EastEnders Last week EastEnders started a new storyline for the Carter family, which follows Linda, Mick and their young son Ollie on their autism diagnosis journey. We’re thrilled that we’ve been able to work with the team at

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Blue badge scheme open to people with ‘hidden disabilities’

It’s the first time people with hidden disabilities will be able to apply for a blue badge parking permit People with hidden disabilities like autism, dementia or anxiety can apply for a blue badge parking permit in England. A blue

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Using Responsive Communication and Intensive Interaction – Pavilion

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Post-Diagnostic Support Group Minutes – June 2019

Minutes of the Thirty Seventh Post-Diagnostic Support Group 5th June 2019 Today’s group was attended by 40 people It was another wonderful group and we were privileged to have the play “The Duck” performed in front of us. The actress,

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Exams: Student with dyspraxia encourages others to ask for extra time – BBC News

A student has spoken of how she refused extra exam time during her GCSEs because she did not want to be seen as different. Olivia Rogers, 22, has dyspraxia, a developmental co-ordination disorder. “I just didn’t want people asking me,

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PDSG: Summer \ Winter Programme 2019

The group is facilitated by Sarah Hendrickx, an autistic adult, author and diagnostician at Axia-ASD unless otherwise stated. Wednesday 17th July 2019 Q & A Session with Dr. Linda Buchan, Clinical Psychologist and Director of Axia-ASD A chance to catch

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NAS – End the hospital abuse scandal

The Autism Show is back! We’re once again delighted to partner with The Autism Show. If you’re looking for practical help and support pre- or post-diagnosis, if you’re facing daily challenges, or you’re approaching significant transition points, visit the show

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