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Invitation to get involved with the research community at The University of Manchester

Dear Sir/Madam, We hope this mail finds you well. We would like to invite some of your members from the Axia – ASD community to take part in our research study at The University of Manchester. This study was approved

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Autism Support Hub – Launch Event

NAS Autism Support Hub & Library Launch Event by National Autistic Society Cheshire West and Chester Branch Share This Post:

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Cheshire East all age Autism Strategy 2019-2022 consultation

Consultation: Cheshire East All Age Autism Strategy 2019-2022 The above Strategy is now available for consultation – we would urge people to participate, please access All Age Autism Strategy 2019-2022 Consultation, in which in the Strategy is available in differing

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What is Fii?

Fiightback offers support for those wrongly accused of fii/Munchausen syndrome by proxy. They also aim to fight the current epidemic of accusations. Share This Post:

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PDSG: Spring \ Summer Programme 2019

Axia-ASD Post Diagnostic Support Group – Programme Spring / Summer 2019 Crewe Lifestyle Centre – ask at Reception and you will be told where the group is held All meetings are from 12:00pm – 2:00pm. Refreshments are provided. The group

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Today’s PDSG Presentation

Following the necessary but unfortunate cancellation of our PDSG today, we wished to reassure people who were looking forward to the presentation planned, Atypically Autistic – ‘You don’t look autistic to me’, that it will still be given on a

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It has been a very long wait but FINALLY we have the HD footage of the performance from 1st gen. This is the most amazing show that we have done so far and things can only get better! Share This

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We have regrettably decided to cancel today’s Post-Diagnostic Support group due to adverse weather conditions. Share This Post:

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Adverse Weather

Due to adverse weather conditions there is no one in the headquarters in Chester We shall endeavour to deal with your enquiries remotely We shall update you via our website Thank you for your understanding Dr. Linda Buchan Consultant Clinical

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Our January PDSG – Note

REMINDER: Our next Post-Diagnostic Support Group takes place on Wednesday 30th January between 12pm and 2pm at the Lifestyle Centre in Crewe. The title of this months talk is Atypically Autistic – ‘You don’t look autistic to me’. The stereotypical

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How brotherly love led to an app to help thousands of autistic children – BBC News

Many autistic children in Turkey can’t get a place in school and struggle to get an education. So when Zafer Elcik realised his autistic brother, Alper, wasn’t getting the support he needed, he created some games on his smartphone to

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Your Mental Health Today Update – January 2019

Insights Treating anorexia: an alternative to prolonged hospitalisation Catch up Rush to reform mental capacity laws will fail to protect human rights, says charity Majority feel teaching resilience in the classroom is a flawed concept Learn | Campaign | Support

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Learning Disability and Autism update – NHS England

Here is the latest email update for the NHS England Learning Disability and Autism Forum. It tells you about ways you can get involved in our work. We write this update in plain English and we tell you about more

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New initiatives for working with suicide and self-harm – The Psychologist

Ella Rhodes reports. Psychologists have been at the heart of creating new frameworks of competencies that aim to guide practitioners in the skills needed to work with suicidal people and those who have self-harmed. The three frameworks cover the individual

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NAS – Big news from NHS England

NHS England unveils Long Term Plan NHS England unveiled its Long Term Plan in January. We’re thrilled that it includes autism alongside learning disability as a clinical priority and commitments to tackle inequality and improve health and care services for

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The Swansea seafront cafe staffed almost entirely by people with autism – Wales Online

Ripples near Mumbles is helping to equip them with work skills By Nino Williams 11:13, 20 DEC 2018 Updated 11:21, 20 DEC 2018 A popular seafront cafe is being run by hard-working staff, almost all of whom have autism. Ripples,

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NHS 10 year plan to prioritise mental health – MHT

How the NHS’s ten-year plan promises to prioritise mental health 07 January 2019 NHS England admit they may need a full decade to ensure that 100 percent of children and young people who need specialist care can access it. NHS England today

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The AutistiX update!

The AutistiX ​A rock band of musicians including three young men with Autism and other disabilities, writing original and evocative rock songs, creating their own unique sound. Click either image to read more! Share This Post:

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The Next Axia ASDis 13th March 2019
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