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What Is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder?

ADD/ADHD – What Is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder? This YouTube video was suggested to us as something we may wish to share, an introduction into Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children. Thomas E. Brown, PhD, discusses ADHD diagnosis, ADHD

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Axia Weekly Bulletin – 20th November

Another busy week here at Axia with our clinicians carrying out excellent work. We would like to remind everyone who has upcoming appointments with us that we are still able to conduct face to face assessments. Red Hill House have

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December “Virtual PDSG” Invitation

Axia ASD started our PDSGs over 5 years ago as a support group specifically for adults who had been diagnosed by Axia. Over recent months, we have been recording the presentations which would have been given at our regular Post-Diagnostic

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How Neurodiverse Couples make sense of their Couples Therapy – Research

An Interpretative Phenomenological Study of how Neurodiverse Couples make sense of their Subjective Experiences within Couples Therapy We have been contacted by Camilla Anello, Trainee Counselling Psychologist at Regent’s University London, with regard to her doctoral research on the experience

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November’s “Your Autism” is out now – NAS

Whether you’re under lockdown or facing increased restrictions, we hope you’re well. Just in case you haven’t seen yet, we wanted to let you know that the latest edition of Your Autism – our quarterly members’ magazine – is out

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Discovery: Broad Spectrum – BBC Sounds

Discovery Broad Spectrum Released On: 16 Nov 2020   •   Available for over a year Autism is a lifelong condition, often seen as particularly ‘male’. Yet a growing number of women, and those assigned female at birth, are being diagnosed as

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LDT London 2020 virtual sessions announced

We are so pleased to announce some of the virtual sessions for Learning Disability Today London 2020.   As always, we have an expert line up of speakers and broad range of topics.Please see below to find out more about

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Flagging event about autistic postgrads – UCLan Careers

Our online ‘Making Ripples’ event will takes place on 9 December 2020. About this Event ‘Making Ripples’ – 9th December 2020. UCLan Careers received funding to research perceptions of the employability of students and graduates who had an autism diagnosis,

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Axia Weekly Bulletin – 13th November

Another busy week here at Axia with our clinicians carrying out excellent work.  We would like to remind everyone who has upcoming appointments with us that we are still able to conduct face to face assessments. Red Hill House have

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Autism Practice: The impact of coronavirus – NAS

The impact of coronavirus This month we reflect on the two new reports published by the Care Quality Commission and Scotland Cross Party Group on Autism. We have also launched more virtual training options, so that organisations and professionals can

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Axia Weekly Bulletin – 6th November

Another busy week here at Axia with our clinicians carrying out excellent work. We would like to remind everyone who has upcoming appointments with us that we are still able to conduct face to face assessments. Red Hill House have

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Axia Weekly Bulletin – 30th October

Another busy week here at Axia with our clinicians carrying out excellent work. Two happy individuals went away with signed copies of Calvin’s book: ‘The Nerd Consultant’s Guide to Anime’. If you would like to purchase your own copy, please

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Autism in BAME communities – where are we now? – NAS

Venessa Bobb, mum to three children, two of whom are autistic, has spent many years attending autism events, but often as the only black parent there. In the latest edition of Your Autism magazine, Venessa reflects on the impact of

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Textbook makes autistic people ‘sound like toddlers’ – BBC News

A publisher has said it will conduct an “immediate review” into an A Level textbook accused of being “deeply offensive to autistic people”. Pearson’s A Level Psychology Revision Guide says children who have “tantrums” due to routine changes may be

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Axia Weekly Bulletin – 23rd October

Another busy week here at Axia with our clinicians carrying out excellent work. We would like to remind everyone who has upcoming appointments with us that we are still able to conduct face to face assessments. We have had confirmation

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Stereotyping of Autism – Research

Hello,   As some of you know I left Axia to go to university do a Nursing Degree. The first essay we have been given is on stereotypes. I have chosen Autism as my topic and was wondering if any

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Last chance to take action – NAS

For the last month, we have been gathering signatures for our open letter to Rishi Sunak, asking him to make sure that local services have enough funding to support autistic people through the pandemic. From our Left Stranded report, we

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