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  1. Hi! My name is Julia and I’d like to invite any parent/carer of a child with autism living in Hackney (London) to answer this 2-minute survey from the National Autistic Society. We want to offer online support during this lockdown to anyone who might be interested. – The questionnaire will only take 2 minutes to complete and it is completely anonymous – You must be aged 18 or over Click here to access the survey: https://greenwichuniversity.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_diYIEmRfSMs2kkK Click here to open the survey and thank you!
  2. http://www.rcgp.org.uk/clinical-and-research/clinical-resources/autistic-spectrum-disorder.aspx Resources for people with autism and their carers Making the most of your visit to the GP: a guide for those on the autistic spectrum [PDF] - a resource for people with autism and their carers to make it easier to access their GP Going to your doctor - an easy read version of the guide [PDF] 'My hospital passport' - developed by NAS to help people with autism to communicate their needs to doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals [PDF] 'My hospital passport' guidance to assist in completing and using the hospital passport [PDF] What is autism? What is Asperger syndrome? What next? Information for adults with autism before and after diagnosis After diagnosis: information for parents and carers of children with autism All about diagnosis Policy and guidance Autism Act, Strategy & Statutory Guidance NICE Quality Standard, QS51 Autism NICE Pathway, Autism NICE clinical guideline 170 Autism: the management and support of children and young people on the autism spectrum NICE clinical guideline 142 Autism: recognition, referral, diagnosis and management of adults on the autism spectrum NICE clinical guideline 128 Autism: recognition, referral and diagnosis of children and young people on the autism spectrum Resources for GPs and health professionals Information for general practitioners from The National Autistic Society (NAS) A GPs guide to adults with Asperger syndrome Patients with autism spectrum disorders: guidance for health professionals Posters for GPs surgeries Learning resource on autism spectrum disorders from NHS Education for Scotland Top tips for diagnosing, support and meeting the needs of people on the autistic spectrum - Dr Y Delargy-Aziz, Leicestershire County Council Training resourcesAsk Autism: online training ArticlesDr Carole Buckley, Clinical Champion for Autism, talks to the BBC about the priority.
  3. Hiya everyone, im starting a support group in Croydon for couples affected by aspergers and also partners of aspergers diagnosed individuals. I was just wondering if anyone here would be interested. We would meet up every to weeks and go for a drink, bowling, meals etc and also a weekly support meetup solely for talking about our difficulties and supporting one another and helping us understand our partners better. If you are interested please reply to this discussion and we will take it frome there. P. S The group will be based in the South East London area in different locations for the days out and in a set location for the weekly support group. Thanks
  4. Hey I'm Jacs and I work for Yimby - we help people to raise money to make good things happen. More and more people are using Yimby to raise funds for all sorts of autism related causes. A couple of recent ones include, raising funds for a full year of weekly private therapy for a child with autism, and raising funds to buy a dark den for a children’s autism group in north London. Seeing the success of these projects, we're thinking about how we can best use Yimby to really support the autistic community. Are there any particular financial challenges that the community faces? Might there be some autism support organisations that could particularly do with fundraising support? These are just a couple of questions we’ve thought of, but I'd love to hear any thoughts you have on this. Thanks! Jacs
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