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Autism: An adult’s rights to a diagnostic assessment, education, health and social care provision

by James Pantling-Skeet on

Getting a diagnostic assessment is often the first of many hurdles faced by individuals with an autistic spectrum condition.... Read full article

Autism: A child or young person’s rights to a diagnostic assessment, education, health and care

by James Pantling-Skeet on

If you are a parent of a child or young person with an autistic spectrum condition, obtaining a diagnostic assessment is just one of many obstacles.... Read full article

Criminal Justice System and Autism

by Steve Williams on

Both of our directors at Forrest Williams Solicitors have an Autistic child, that gives the small team an insight into people with Autism. It also gives us a passion to help those who come into contact with the Criminal Justice system.... Read full article

ASD Rainbows

by ASD Rainbows on

A.S.D Rainbows is a charity that supports children with Autism and their families.... Read full article

Complementary Therapies...... a treat or necessity?

by Jacqui Beddoes on

Complementary therapies are generally seen as a treat or luxury, but with increased stress levels in our lives today the need to allow the body to relax and return to a balanced state is more important than ever.... Read full article

Employment and Autism – What Worked for Me

by Michael Barton on

Michael Barton is the author of ‘It’s Raining Cats and Dogs’ and ‘A Different Kettle of Fish’, both published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers. In this article he talks about his experiences of employment and autism and what has helped him into work.... Read full article

Using cognitive aids to help people increase their independence while reducing anxiety around time

by Lauren Frost on

At Abilia we are using our Cognition Aids to assist people with understanding Time and structure. We know that by helping someone see their day clearly planned out it can reduce anxiety and enable someone to live a more independent life. ... Read full article

NICE Guidelines and Diagnosing Autism – What You Should Know

by Chris Wade on

At London Speech Therapy, we think it’s best to avoid confusing terminology. That’s why we use plain English and offer simple explanations of some of the more confusing jargon that gets thrown around when you start to interact...... Read full article

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