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The place to find the latest Events which Axia-ASD Ltd. are either part of, promoting or just providing information on.

Notice – April PDSG Cancelled

Given that only 5 people are being allowed at many weddings, and that includes the person marrying the couple and two witnesses, we thought Axia should offer an alternative to 50 of us gathering at The Lifestyle centre in Crewe,

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COVID-19 and our PDSG – Notice

We would like to reassure people who are concerned about the novel coronavirus (aka COVID-19), that as of today, 13th March 2020, and in line with current guidelines, our April Post-Diagnostic Support Group will still be taking place on 8th

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Watch LIVE + On-Demand – NAS

Watch LIVE + On-Demand Autism Professionals Conference For the first time we will be Live streaming the Autism Professionals Conference – on 27 and 28 February 2020 – so you can enjoy the content from the comfort of your own

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NAS Autism Professionals Conference 2020

Hear Calvin speak at the National Autistic Society’s upcoming Autism Professionals Conference this February 2020. He’ll be talking about ‘Portrayals of Autism in the Media’. Linda will also be chairing a live stream. Book your place and find out more:

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NAS – World Autism Awareness Week is back!

Get ready for World Autism Awareness Week 2020 With less than six weeks to go until World Autism Awareness Week 2020 (30 March to 5 April), hundreds of schools and workplaces have already signed up to use our awareness packs

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Autism at Work Summit 2020 – NAS

4 June 2020, BFI, London Championing autistic talent in the workplace The Autism Act has brought about some great changes to the way that autistic people access support, but there is still a long way to go. As a professional,

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How will you spread awareness this World Autism Awareness Week? – NAS

How to get involved this World Autism Awareness Week World Autism Awareness Week will be back on 30 March-5 April 2020, and we’d love for you to join us to help raise much needed money and awareness. You’ll be doing

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One month to go – do you have your ticket? – NAS

Autism Professionals Conference 27-28 February 2020, International Convention Centre, Birmingham There’s only one month to go before our annual Autism Professionals Conference. This two-day conference is a unique opportunity to share knowledge and network with other professionals in the field.

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CANDDID Conference – Friday 1st May 2020

Don’t miss out on the second annual conference for the Centre for Autism, Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Intellectual Disability (CANDDID): Friday 1 May 2020 Holiday Inn, Ellesmere Port, CH65 2AL This year’s focus is ADHD and other Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Topics include:

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Spread awareness at work – National Autistic Society

Help spread awareness in the workplace this World Autism Awareness Week (30 March – 5 April 2020) Only 1 in 6 autistic people are in full-time employment and this needs to change. With small adjustments and better understanding, we can

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Autism: Future Employment 2020

Autism: Future Employment 31st January 2020 10am – 5pm @ Ty Pawb Tickets are on sale now for 2020. Featuring talks from: The Aspie World, Rhi Lloyd-Williams, Andrew Edwards + more! From more information visit – http://autismfutureemployment.co.uk Autism Virtual Reality

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Christmas Jumper Day – Save the Children

Here are a selection of pictures of us wearing Christmas Jumpers! We are wearing our Christmas Jumpers for Christmas Jumper day which we are doing to raise money for Save the Children. Share This Post:

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Share learning at the NAS Autism Professionals Conference

Autism Professionals Conference 2020 27-28 February 2020, International Convention Centre, Birmingham This annual two-day conference is a unique opportunity to share knowledge and experience.   Join us to hear the latest information from world-renowned experts and gain insight from case

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People rule elections – Change.org

I know, I know, not another election! The thing is, this one is quite important if we want to help our country to move forward. There was once a time when everyone reading this email wouldn’t have been allowed to

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“Saying it differently” – eventbrite

Developing positive communication with our autistic children – a practical session for parents Wednesday 4th December 2019 19:15 – 21:00 GMT ChAPS Northwich Training Room (Room G6) Northwich Business Centre Meadow Street Northwich CW9 5BF About this Event Come and

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Calvin to Speak at NAS Autism Professionals Conference

We are proud to announce that Calvin will be giving a presentation at the NAS Autism Professionals Conference in Birmingham on Friday, 28th February 2020 at 9:15am. His talk will be on “Portrayal of autism in the media”. You can

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NAS – Meet the Trummies

World Autism Awareness Week returns to schools! World Autism Awareness Week 2020 will be from 30 March to 5 April − the time will come around quickly, so make sure to get the dates in your diaries!   In 2019,

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NAS Cheshire West and Chester Branch – AGM Invitation

Dear all,   Just a follow up reminder about our AGM and speaker event which will be looking at the progress of the Autism Act both locally and nationally.   Places are free but must be booked using the link

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