World Autism Awareness Week, 29 March − 4 April
There are just a few weeks to go until World Autism Awareness Week, but there’s still time to join in. How will you get involved?
Visit our website for a list of activities you can do to raise awareness and funds from the comfort of your home.
Join the fun and help create a society that works for autistic people.
The BBC is trying to reach as many people as possible to get the biggest, most detailed picture they can on how COVID-19 has affected disabled people. The survey is anonymous but if you also want to share your experience, please email email@example.com. She is the BBC’s disability news producer and will get back in touch. Please put Covidsurvey as the subject.
There’s a regular version and an easy read version of the survey, so choose the one you are most comfortable with.
Run jointly with the National Autistic Society, the course provides insight into how to develop appropriate support for individuals and gives examples of professional practice across all disciplines.
“Extremely detailed and I left with a great deal more understanding and knowledge about autism.” − Georgia Brayley, graduate, autism specialist support in education
We are continuing to keep our coronavirus hub up to date with the latest advice and guidance on the changing rules across all the nations. Visit our website for the latest information about students returning to school, care home visits, vaccines and outdoor meetings.
Have you been counting up those extra kilometres over lockdown? Are you looking for somewhere new and exciting to walk? Why not use those extra steps as training for an even bigger challenge this year: join us in the beautiful outdoors as we take on some of the most amazing treks the UK has to offer.
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