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Dr K Baldry - Private Autism assessment, diagnosis & therapy

Autism assessment and intervention service based in Northampton. Offering diagnostic assessment of children and adults, psychological therapy adapted to meet the needs of individuals on the autism spectrum, and behaviour support.

Purposeful Communication Programme

Highly specialised and personalised programmes for Early Years and Key Stage 1 children with ASD and speech or communication developmental delay.

Safespaces

At Safespaces we supply custom-made safe rooms and sleep areas for use at home, in schools, and for respite care or holidays. Safespaces equipment is designed for adults and children who may be unsafe in an ordinary room or bed.

Equilibrium - Health Matters

Equilibrium Health - Nutrition, Biomedical and Bioenergetic Health Screening for Autism Spectrum Disorders Nutrition & Energy Therapies - The natural approach to achieve your optimum health and vitality ASYRA - non-invasive, pain-free health...

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June 04, 2019
More than picky eating—7 things to know about ARFID
More than picky eating—7 things to know about ARFID
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Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) is an eating disorder involving an extreme avoidance or low intake of food. Dr. Julie Lesser, MD, child and adolescent psychiatrist at Rogers–Minneapolis, shares seven facts that you should know about

By Julie K. Lesser, MD
June 04, 2021
Why I’m becoming an Autistic role model
Why I’m becoming an Autistic role model
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In this blog, Zeinab Ali, Digital Marketing and Membership Administrator at Inclusive Employers, reflects on her own journey into employment and the work that still needs to be done by employees to close the Autism Employment Gap.

By Zeinab Ali
May 25, 2021
Understanding Autistic Empathy
Understanding Autistic Empathy
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There exists a widespread myth that Autistic people have no sense of empathy. There’s no one source to this myth as it is a complicated issue.

By Chris Collins

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