Too often we hear ‘what a terrible child’ or ‘they just need some discipline’ or ‘if that were my child, they wouldn’t be allowed to behave like that’. Give me a few minutes of your time and let me educate you if you are one of these people.
With the age of the internet many of us ‘google’ something if we are unsure or do not understand, unfortunately some of that information can be misleading or even false. Below we tell you the 7 things we believe you need to know about Autism.
It all started back in January when I decided to write about some of the good experiances that I have had / seen whilst playing the Pokémon GO app, both through general play and whilst doing my job helping young adults out in the community. As I started to make this a reality I had …
At the beginning of Autism Awareness Week 2019, we think it would be a good idea to look back and see how Autism was first made a diagnosable disorder and where we are now.
Check below for everything ASD Helping Hands has planned during the most important week of the year and help us reach our target of £4000.00!
An information sharing day for parents/carers with over 40 information stalls, speed dating sessions and talks from professionals.
Autistic people, their families and those caring for them are being asked for their views on how care and support in England can be improved. The call for evidence is part of the cross-government review of the national autism strategy, which will be refreshed and launched later this year. The strategy will be extended to …
Today we attended the Children and Young Person Emotional Wellbeing Event at Long Stratton High school organised by Children’s Services.