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LDE – Update from NHS England

Update from NHS England on the planning for the NHS 10 year plan News | 19/10/2018 After a lot of different meetings and feedback, including the 7 events we helped NHS England organise, they have shared an update on what

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A Personal Story from Ronnie

“A Reflection on Life with Aspergers Syndrome” A Personal Story from Ronnie Recorded 17th October 2018 at the Axia-ASD Post-Diagnostic Support Group Thank you to Ronnie for his talk at our recent PDSG, the audio of the presentation was recorded

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Post-Diagnostic Support Group Minutes – October 2018

Minutes of the Thirty Third Post-Diagnostic Support Group 17th October 2018 Today’s group was attended by 45 people and a Therapy Dog. The meeting was opened by Sarah Hendrickx who introduced the other members of the Axia team who were

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NAS – An incredible 30,000 Autism Hours

A society that works for autistic people At the end of last month, we revealed our new brand including our new mission, vision and logo. Watch our President, Jane Asher, talk about our new logo and its close connection to

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Blue badge discrimination | LDT

Blue badge discrimination Darren Devine 18 September 2018   New laws will see blue badges issued to those with hidden disabilities, but councils already have discretionary powers to give the parking permits to those with autism and mental health problems.

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Price increases for 2019

In order to maintain the quality and professionalism and ongoing post diagnostic support people have come to expect from Axia we shall be increasing our prices from 1/1/2019 All bookings received before 31/12 will be at our current price even

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“Embracing the Autistic Voice to Transform Attitudes”

NORTH WALES 3RD ANNUAL AUTISM CONFERENCE Catrin Finch Centre, Glyndwr University, Wrexham, LL11 2AW FRIDAY, 19TH OCTOBER, 2018 8.30 am – 5.00 pm Share This Post:

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Promoting Autism Hour

Had a great day promoting Autism hour with Amy in Crewe and Chester. There was a genuine commitment from everyone we met to make the world a better place for Autistic individuals and their families and friends. There was also

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World Mental Health Day 2018 – Pavilion

Today is World Mental Health Day and we’re helping the World Health Organisation to raise awareness of mental health issues and mobilize efforts in support of better mental health. This year’s theme is young people and mental health in a

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Understanding autism | LDT

Understanding autism: “there is still so much to be done” Mandy Garford 01 October 2018 In this blog, Mandy Garford from Dartford writes about raising three autistic children and why it’s important to recognise individuals and organisations who are making

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Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2018

Mental Health Matters for Teenagers with Dyspraxia 7th – 13th October 2018 Celebrating 30 Years! 2018 is the 30th anniversary of the Dyspraxia Foundation! Why not use awareness week to get involved with #Dyspraxia30 and help us raise core funding

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How Doctor Who tackles dyspraxia in series 11

Everything you need to know about the co-ordination disorder experienced by the Doctor’s new companion Ryan By Huw Fullerton Sunday, 7th October 2018   Dyspraxia is a fairly common condition among both children and adults, but the disorder – which

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Doctor Who’s Ryan praised by viewers for tackling dyspraxia battle head on

Doctor Who fans have praised the show for the heart-breaking frustration behind Ryan Sinclair’s dyspraxia. Tilly Pearce Sunday 7 Oct 2018 8:12 pm The 19-year-old, played by Tosin Cole, is seen discussing on his YouTube channel the difficulties he faces

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Doctor Who boss reveals new character has dyspraxia

Doctor Who boss reveals how Tosin Cole’s character Ryan is tackling an important issue “It’s important to see that heroes come in all shapes and sizes.”   By Morgan Jeffery 27 September 2018   Warning: This article contains mild spoilers

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National Autism Hour – Crewe SEAT

We would like to let people know that some members of the Axia team are intending to be in Crewe for this “Autism Hour” event. Crewe SEAT – 10th October 2018 10am – 11am We understand that a car dealership

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NAS – Show your support for Autism Hour

10,000 Autism Hours are taking place from 6-13 October It might seem early, but we know many of you are already planning for Christmas. However, for many autistic people Christmas shopping can be an overwhelming and unpleasant experience. In fact,

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Bravery award for autistic five year old

Bravery award for autistic Tyler, 5, over 999 call after mother taken ill By Sam Russell, Press Association A five-year-old boy with autism dialled 999 and guided paramedics to his home after his mother fell unconscious while unpacking shopping. Charley-Anne

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The rebranding of the NAS

Why we’ve rebranded Our ambassador, Chris Packham, our President, Jane Asher, and our CEO, Mark Lever, talk about our new look, vision and mission.  The National Autistic Society was founded 56 years ago, and since then we’ve changed what

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