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by Chris Wade on November 01, 2019
Joint Attention and Autism Explained
by Chris Wade on November 01, 2019
When two people are both focused on the same thing, it is known as joint attention. It doesn’t matter what they’re focused on (it could be a person, an object, an event, even a concept) just that they’re sharing a common focus...... Read full article
by Jacqui Beddoes on November 01, 2019
Complementary Therapies...... a treat or necessity?
by Jacqui Beddoes on November 01, 2019
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
by Chris Wade on November 01, 2019
NICE Guidelines and Diagnosing Autism – What You Should Know
by Chris Wade on November 01, 2019
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
by Chris Wade on November 01, 2019
PECS – the Picture Exchange Communication System
by Chris Wade on November 01, 2019
PECS, or the Picture Exchange Communication System, is a low-tech aided method of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) that involves the use of cards with pictures. Children who are unable to talk or write can learn to communicate...... Read full article
by The Index on November 01, 2019
The Index for Children and Young People with Disabilities or Additional Needs
by The Index on November 01, 2019
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
by Safespaces on November 01, 2019
Safespaces & Sleep
by Safespaces on November 01, 2019
Prior to the Safespace I would have to settle George which took anything from one to three hours & sometimes failed altogether!... Read full article
by B Squared on November 01, 2019
Why is profiling a person’s autism useful?
by B Squared on November 01, 2019
Profiling an individual with Autism Spectrum Disorder helps education and care settings to understand how an individual's autisms affects them. This article explains how B Squared's Autism Progress can be used to help support individuals with autism.... Read full article
by Sally Greenwell on March 05, 2019
Ocean Arts Cardiff - Our Story
by Sally Greenwell on March 05, 2019
The story of Ocean Arts Cardiff. Beginnings and the story up to now ….... Read full article
by James Pantling-Skeet on February 28, 2019
Autism: An adult’s rights to a diagnostic assessment, education, health and social care provision
by James Pantling-Skeet on February 28, 2019
Getting a diagnostic assessment is often the first of many hurdles faced by individuals with an autistic spectrum condition.... Read full article
by James Pantling-Skeet on February 28, 2019
Autism: A child or young person’s rights to a diagnostic assessment, education, health and care
by James Pantling-Skeet on February 28, 2019
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
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