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Police Autism UK Apr 7
Our final blog is a video interview with our Head of Policy on his experience of being diagnosed with autism as an adult, and the importance of neurodiversity in police recruitment and retention
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Richard Branson Apr 7
Autistic people often have skills that are vital to any business, yet only 16% of autistic adults in the UK are in full-time-employment, despite over three quarters wanting to work. Thankfully, progress is being made:
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Department of Health and Social Care Apr 7
This announced plans to launch an autism awareness raising initiative later in the year. This will be launched alongside our refreshed National Autism Strategy which you can share your views on today: 👉 Read more 👇
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Police Autism UK Apr 7
'Aspie' or 'autist', what happened to Asperger syndrome, and what does 'person first' mean? Our West Yorkshire Police coordinator talks about autism and neurodiversity terminology
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Birthrights Apr 5
Emma's searingly honest blog on autism & maternity care "My birth experience was traumatic. On paper it probably reads as uneventful [...] but internally its left scars that will never heal, stolen precious memories I can never regain"
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Dr Jay Watts Apr 5
For , I would like to draw attention to the people, predominantly women, who have been diagnosed as having ‘BPD’ when they are . As our understanding of a different female phenotype for autism grows, I hope we can do better for you + with you.
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Richard Chambers Apr 6
This is great stuff from a brilliant town. It's genuinely lovely how considerate everyone around Clonakilty is about making it a place for everyone.
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Bradford College Apr 13
Our student, Hammad Ul Haq, has written an article for raising awareness of autism. “Many people with autism experience bullying and name-calling - this is unacceptable” - What it is like living with autism
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Dr Jay Watts Apr 5
Replying to @Shrink_at_Large
For I would like to encourage people who follow my tweets to link in with people who are . I have learnt and carry on learning so much from the people I follow. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Jay x
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Austentatious Apr 5
One of Fortune Theatre’s ushers Lord Mark Potter has created a wonderful visual guide for adults on the autistic spectrum. Just in time of we are so pleased to be offering this guide to all! Available here
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Dan Jones Apr 6
For I decided to go through all 15 'priority challenges for action' from the governments Think : Autism Strategy' to see what my responses, experiences and thoughts are to each point.
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National Autistic Society Jul 19
We love this video of our supporter, , visiting Clarendon School in Twickenham. The school won the visit by signing up to get free learning resources during World . We talk more about Anne’s visit here:
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Rachel Apr 6
Replying to @microbit_edu
Our winner of the challenge used to enable a young person in school to let their teacher know how they felt through sending a message & also an option for the teacher to discreetly check in with them too. Brilliant use of creative tech! 👏🏼👏🏼
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Connor Ward Apr 6
Good luck to everyone taking part in ’s Spectrum Nightwalks tonight! I’m there in spirit! What a great way to end
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Five Books Apr 5
“Can you explain the word “neurodiversity” for us please, and how it’s a good thing?” “Short version: ‘Great minds don’t always think alike.‘” Five books on chosen by Steve Silberman (). What would you add?
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Lila Kossyvaki Apr 8
See the blog I wrote on facilitating spontaneous communication by focusing on our interactive style and enhancing communicative opportunities for people with autism:
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Wasps Rugby Apr 7
🗣️" I’ve been fortunate enough to meet so many amazing people on the programmes that I run. If I’ve been able to help even just one of them in a small way, then I’ve done my job." Jordan Young Development Officer.
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Norfolk Loo Lady Apr 6
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Wasps Community Apr 7
We’ve had a blast celebrating 👏🏻 love being able to showcase the programmes we run and the people who run them 🐝🐝
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Umano Aug 19
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