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Autism Oxford brings together people who seek knowledge and understanding of the Autism Spectrum and autistic behaviour with those best able to impart it. We also signpost and support the development of autism-specific support services.
Autism Oxford, PO Box 57, Chinnor
Oxford, England OX39 4XB
TES Special Education Needs Show
This important free-to-attend event has all the resources, ideas, advice and CPD training to provide teachers, SENCOs, support staff and parents with the tools and skills to help all pupils achieve.
Business Design Centre, London
ADD-vance started as a telephone helpdesk in Anne's home and grew to include support groups, training and coaching. In 2013 we registered as a charity and today we have a small office in Hatfield!
A professional consultancy providing autism support for families , children and schools in Milton Keynes. Whatever SEN or behaviour challenges you are facing at home or school we can help. Specialists in dealing with anxiety and sensory behaviours.
Church Hill Two Mile Ash
Milton Keynes, England MK8 8EH
Makaton The Makaton Charity
The best way to learn Makaton is to attend a workshop. It means that you learn with other people, share your experiences, receive feedback on your signing and symbol work and enables you to practice with others.
English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS)
A new online course launched by the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is set to improve disabled people’s experiences in sport and physical activity facilities.
Ace Childrens Occupational Therapy Ltd
An OT assessment and report supports diagnosis of ASC in conjunction with other professionals. An assessment covers sensory, motor, perceptual, leisure and social aspects of daily life.
Ace Childrens Occupational Therapy Ltd, 49 Hop Gar
Hampshire, England GU52 0YL
What It’s Like To Have Autism: Video Lets You Experience Sensory Overload For Yourself
That’s the message that one young boy with autism is hoping to spread ahead of World Autism Awareness Day on 2 April, as a new report suggests that people with autism feel trapped in their own homes due to negative public perceptions.