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Informal Meetups For Autistic Adults (IMAA)
Informal meeting group for autistic adults.
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Neurodiversity Media Jul 26
This week we’ll be sharing some workplace accommodations needed for employees to thrive and feel comfortable in the workplace. What accommodations have helped your day-to-day working life? 🖥️📝
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Neurodiversity Media Jul 26
If I had a dollar for every time this happened to me ... I wouldn't need to read any more job applications.
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Siena Castellon ByCA Jul 16
Really thrilled that despite many schools being closed and many now on summer holidays, I’ve had a dozen schools sign up to 2021. I will be posting shoutouts in relation to each school throughout the day tomorrow.
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Informal Meetups For Autistic Adults (IMAA) Jun 18
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Autism Meetup Apr 14
UK rules relaxed for people with and learning disabilities. Policy updated after lawyers challenge ‘discriminatory’ measures. Thank You!
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Marcus Rashford Jun 16
I don’t even know what to say. Just look at what we can do when we come together, THIS is England in 2020.
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Autism Initiatives Jun 4
As the night shifts are ending we want to say a massive thank you to everyone who has been working throughout the night to keep us going. We think you are amazing!
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Keir Starmer May 21
Key workers, NHS staff and care workers have kept our country going when we’ve needed them most. It’s right we clap for them every Thursday but when we emerge from this crisis we owe them a better society where they are truly valued.
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David Anson May 20
We need positive stories about Neurodiversity. We need to explain it’s presence in all walks of life, how people have succeeded, how people have embraced their identity. We need to give the right information to the world.
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Autism Initiatives May 15
Thank you to Sophie for sharing her amazing poem with us. Sophie has dedicated this to her mum and this goes out to all the parents supporting their amazing autistic children through these challenging times.
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Informal Meetups For Autistic Adults (IMAA) May 14
Please join our Facebook group for further discussion. Link below.
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Daniel S. Aldridge Feb 6
We need you to make London autism-friendly! Join me in calling on the Mayor to make our city a place where 100,000 autistic Londoners can thrive. Sign letter here:
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Informal Meetups For Autistic Adults (IMAA) 15 Jul 17
Check out this Meetup group for adults on the autistic spectrum based in
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Informal Meetups For Autistic Adults (IMAA) 15 Jul 17
Check out this Meetup group for adults on the autistic spectrum based in London.
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Informal Meetups For Autistic Adults (IMAA) 15 Jul 17
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Informal Meetups For Autistic Adults (IMAA) 15 Jul 17
Autism Meetup. Check it out and RSVP! RT/Fav Please
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Informal Meetups For Autistic Adults (IMAA) 14 Jul 17
Check out this Meetup group for adults on the autistic spectrum based in RT/Like Please
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Informal Meetups For Autistic Adults (IMAA) 14 Jul 17
Check out this Meetup group for adults on the autistic spectrum based in RT/Like Please
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Informal Meetups For Autistic Adults (IMAA) 14 Jul 17
You should join me at this Meetup. Check it out and RSVP!
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Informal Meetups For Autistic Adults (IMAA) 12 Jun 17
Replying to @BeyondAutismUK
Great work ! =)
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