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AspergerWorld : My Fairy Jam Jar

AspergerWorld : My Fairy Jam Jar

A new Book by Award Winning Disabled Autism Activist: One Woman, One Wish, One Inspiring Story… Be Enchanted by Personal and Professional Insights into AspergerWorld.

July 26, 2017 By Joely Comler

Using cognitive aids to help people increase their independence while reducing anxiety around time

Using cognitive aids to help people increase their independence while reducing anxiety around time

At Abilia we are using our Cognition Aids to assist people with understanding Time and structure. We know that by helping someone see their day clearly planned out it can reduce anxiety and enable someone to live a more independent life.

July 28, 2017 By Lauren Frost

Ysgol Y Deri School Practical Autism Toolkit

Ysgol Y Deri School Practical Autism Toolkit

Ysgol Y Deri Autism Outreach Service are delighted that their work developing the interactive Practical Autism Toolkit has led to them being shortlisted as finalists for the NAS Professional Awards and highly commended in the HWB Digital Learning...

September 15, 2017 By Emma Carver

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Accessible Activity Adventures

Accessible Activity Adventures

in Holiday Centres & Resorts Articles, Play & Activity Centres Articles, Support for Adults with Autism Articles, Disabled Persons Articles, Hotels & Accommodation Articles

Calvert Trust Exmoor is the South West’s premier outdoor activity destination for people with all types of disabilities, welcoming over 4,000 guests a year, with the philosophy of “At Calvert Trust Exmoor it’s what you CAN do that counts”.

Complementary Therapies...... a treat or necessity?

Complementary Therapies...... a treat or necessity?

in Sleep Articles, Holistic Therapies Articles, Reflexology Articles, Other / Not Specified Health Articles

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.

Employment and Autism – What Worked for Me

Employment and Autism – What Worked for Me

in Autism & Aspergers Articles, Other / Not Specified Work & Employment Articles

Michael Barton is the author of ‘It’s Raining Cats and Dogs’ and ‘A Different Kettle of Fish’, both published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers. In this article he talks about his experiences of employment and autism and what has helped him into work.

Dyscovery Centre - Stand B1 at Welsh Autism Show

Dyscovery Centre - Stand B1 at Welsh Autism Show

Situated within the University of South Wales, the Dyscovery Centre team is comprised of friendly, interdisciplinary health and educational professionals who provide an integrated service for assessment and support in one place and at one time.