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Hair Pulling - The Play Doctors

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An article about why a child may be pulling hair and advice on how to stop it.... Read full article

Chewigem, Self Regulation & The Sensory Community

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An article about the benefits of chewing and how it can helpful to those with anxiety and stress. ... Read full article

The Index for Children and Young People with Disabilities or Additional Needs

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The Index is Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan’s voluntary register of children and young people with disabilities or additional needs.... Read full article

Ysgol Y Deri School Practical Autism Toolkit

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Ysgol Y Deri Autism Outreach Service are delighted that their work developing the interactive Practical Autism Toolkit has led to them being shortlisted as finalists for the NAS Professional Awards and highly commended in the HWB Digital Learning...... Read full article

Employment and Autism – What Worked for Me

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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

ASDinfoWales - Integrated Autism Service

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The National ASD Development Team, hosted by the Welsh Local Government Association in partnership with Public Health Wales, are supporting and coordinating the development of a new Integrated Autism Service (IAS) in Wales.... Read full article

AspergerWorld : My Fairy Jam Jar

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A new Book by Award Winning Disabled Autism Activist: One Woman, One Wish, One Inspiring Story… Be Enchanted by Personal and Professional Insights into AspergerWorld. ... Read full article

NICE Guidelines and Diagnosing Autism – What You Should Know

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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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