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Hachette UK's Disability and Representation Network. Supporting those with disabilities to create, to access, to read and to work.
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Age UK May 15
As part of , we've taken a look at ways you can keep your mind active and your brain healthy:
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British Dyslexia Association May 2
In May, we celebrate the intelligence, talents, ability & employability of the 1 in 5 of us who have , , , , - Neurodiversity for the 21st Century! Take the pledge:
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AccessHachette May 1
“It’s thought that dyspraxia affects around 5% of the UK population, which is as many as 3.3 million people in the UK. Which is about the same size as the population of Wales!”
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AccessHachette May 1
The ballot is open again . . . 🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️
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AccessHachette Apr 29
A great article that celebrates an incredible book. Truly fascinating that It’s only in the past 5 years that specialists in neurodevelopmental disorders have accepted that autism is not limited to boys and men!
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Orion Spring Apr 29
Good Morning All! Wishing you a lovely Monday and a great start to the week. Let's spread some positivity!! 😊✨
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AccessHachette Apr 26
Happy Friday 🐧🐧🐧
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British Dyslexia Association Apr 25
Come along to our FREE Roadshow in , 11th May! Listen to the experts and meet your local group! Our roadshows are aimed at parents/carers of young people with and those who have an interest in finding out more. Book here:
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AccessHachette Apr 24
Hachette Colleagues - a polite reminder that there are so many amazing organisations that we could help through our volunteer days
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AccessHachette Apr 23
Replying to @BlackwellsHH @JKPBooks
Indeed we are, but it's best to speak to about proofs! 📚
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AccessHachette Apr 23
Exploring the nuances of both gender identity and living with autism, Laura's is an incredibly important voice and this book is a must-read!
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AmbitiousAboutAutism Apr 23
Looking to take part in a supported work opportunity? Find out more about our supported internships for young people aged 16-24 with an EHC plan by booking onto our open information event days:
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AccessHachette Apr 16
Amy Schumer is just 👌- 'Despite the stereotypes, autistics are often affectionate, sexual, and quite capable of expressing empathy in our own ways. Being autistic isn't a defect, it is another way of being':
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British Dyslexia Association Apr 15
are on the lookout for to assist us at the 2019 this April, including supporting & taking photos on the day 🏃‍♂️ Interested? Please email RebeccaL@bdadyslexia.org.uk - if you have already emailed, we'll be in touch shortly! Please RT 😃
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AccessHachette Apr 11
So pleased that this has been formed, it's such an invaluable resource for the Hachette UK staff!
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AccessHachette Apr 8
Everything you need to know about raising a happy autistic child
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Two Roads Mar 21
We could spend hours telling you just why you should read Henry Normal and Angela Pell's wonderful , but David Mitchell nails it: 'Uplifting and grounded, frank and encouraging, serious and funny.' Publishing today in paperback - what are you waiting for?
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National Autistic Society Apr 1
World 2019 is here! 🎊 And to mark it, we are releasing our brand new film, 'What is Autism?' narrated by our ambassador, - can you spot him in the film?
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AccessHachette Mar 29
It's Friday, the sun is shining and we're spreading some positive news:
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JKP Autism Mar 26
A collection of narratives from individuals on the autism spectrum who identity as LGBTQIA, providing both personal and clinical insights into the ASD-LGBTQIA overlap.
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