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Daily Telegraph
Autism to be part of core teacher training, Government saysto supporting the full range of individual needs of children and young people.”
Autism to be part of core teacher training, Government says
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
to supporting the full range of individual needs of children and young people.” Mark Lever, chief executive of the National Autistic Society, said: “Today’s announcement is very promising and, if followed through, will transform the... Read more
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Louth Leader
North Thoresby’s Little ducklings toddle off to The Pierevening walk was in aid of the ‘Night Walks for Autism’ campaign, and the parti
North Thoresby’s Little ducklings toddle off to The Pier
Louth Leader / Posted 6 days ago
evening walk was in aid of the ‘Night Walks for Autism’ campaign, and the participants have raised over £100 for the National Autistic Society. Litle Ducklings owner Naomi Brooker said: “I think everyone did fantastic. I want to make people... Read more
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Bury Free Press
National logo design ‘inspired by my brother’A talented 16-year-old from Elmswell has won a competition to design a merchand
National logo design ‘inspired by my brother’
Bury Free Press / Posted 7 days ago
A talented 16-year-old from Elmswell has won a competition to design a merchandise logo for the National Autistic Society, inspired by her older brother. Laura Stiff, a fashion textiles student at West Suffolk College, entered the competition in... Read more
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Daily Mail
Countess of Wessex wears floral midi-dresslooked delighted as she arrived in Oxford to open a school for autistic childre
Countess of Wessex wears floral midi-dress
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
looked delighted as she arrived in Oxford to open a school for autistic children. Sophie Wessex, who is patron of the National Autistic Society, wore a floral-print tailored dress with a blazer for the occasion at the Licensed Victuallers'... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Calls for mental health service overhaul to cut waiting list and train GPsrunning for a national award this week. Many calls have been made to improve t
Calls for mental health service overhaul to cut waiting list and train GPs
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 11 days ago
running for a national award this week. Many calls have been made to improve the waiting list times, including from the National Autistic Society, as children with autism are much more likely to also have mental health disorders. Janine... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
Aylesbury to become first ‘Autism-Friendly Town’ in UKAylesbury is set to become the first ‘Autism-Friendly Town’ in Britain. The Na
Aylesbury to become first ‘Autism-Friendly Town’ in UK
Aylesbury Today / Posted 13 days ago
Aylesbury is set to become the first ‘Autism-Friendly Town’ in Britain. The National Autistic Society is working with autism support worker, Paulette Hunn, to increase understanding of autism among businesses and services in the town. Tom Purser,... Read more
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The New Statesman
What is gender, anyway?no residual ASD. The symptoms have disappeared once the dysphoria has been trea
What is gender, anyway?
The New Statesman / Posted 13 days ago
no residual ASD. The symptoms have disappeared once the dysphoria has been treated.” (Asked for a response to this, the National Autistic Society gave me the following statement: “We think that every person on the autism spectrum should be able... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
How employers can benefit from unique talents of workers with autismlack of social skills and social imagination and often brutal honesty, which ca
How employers can benefit from unique talents of workers with autism
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 14 days ago
lack of social skills and social imagination and often brutal honesty, which can come across as rudeness. The U.K.-based National Autistic Society recommends employers create well-structured work environments, concise directions and expectations,... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Leigh Francis and Jack Whitehall back campaign to change attitudes to autismScrew your nose 3. Curl your lip (Eye roll optional) pic.twitter.com/S55QUqp2
Leigh Francis and Jack Whitehall back campaign to change attitudes to autism
Irish Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
Screw your nose 3. Curl your lip (Eye roll optional) pic.twitter.com/S55QUqp2I3 Through #JudgeyFace, Louise and the National Autistic Society aim to increase awareness about autism and the 700,000 people living with it in the UK. You might... Read more
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Weston Mercury
100km cycle to raise awareness of autismof the condition. Ben Nicholas, aged 35, has Asperger’s syndrome and receives
100km cycle to raise awareness of autism
Weston Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
of the condition. Ben Nicholas, aged 35, has Asperger’s syndrome and receives help with day-to-day tasks from the National Autistic Society (NAS). The cycle is set to take place on June 26 and the overnight ride starts and finishes at... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Asda held a 'quiet hour' for autistic shoppers - now others are doing the sameher and us as a family especially for when she becomes an adult. Thank you x.”
Asda held a 'quiet hour' for autistic shoppers - now others are doing the same
Daily Mirror / Posted 20 days ago
her and us as a family especially for when she becomes an adult. Thank you x.” Praising the scheme, Mark Lever, CEO of The National Autistic Society, said: “We’ve recently launched our biggest ever awareness campaign called Too Much Information, so... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Asda held its first quiet hour for autistic and disabled shoppers - and now eight other shops are going to do the sameher and us as a family especially for when she becomes an adult. Thank you x.”
Asda held its first quiet hour for autistic and disabled shoppers - and now eight other shops are going to do the same
Manchester Evening News / Posted 21 days ago
her and us as a family especially for when she becomes an adult. Thank you x.” Praising the scheme, Mark Lever, CEO of The National Autistic Society, said: “We’ve recently launched our biggest ever awareness campaign called Too Much Information, so... Read more
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Gazette News
IN PICTURES: Hundreds of music fans rock out at Cosmic Puffin festivallooking for an alternative form of expressing themselves. The event raised mon
IN PICTURES: Hundreds of music fans rock out at Cosmic Puffin festival
Gazette News / Posted 26 days ago
looking for an alternative form of expressing themselves. The event raised money for premature baby charity Bliss, The National Autistic Society, Animals Asia, Help Roxie Walk and Aid Life, which cares for patients with adrenoleukdystrophy, a... Read more
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Evening Standard
Autism campaigners hail victory in fight over future of day centrescouncil's response, saying: "This outcome is a tribute to a long arduous campai
Autism campaigners hail victory in fight over future of day centres
Evening Standard / Posted 27 days ago
council's response, saying: "This outcome is a tribute to a long arduous campaign, supported by families and carers, the National Autistic Society and other local campaigns. "It is a pity that it took the threat of legal action to make Haringey... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Runcorn women's running group raise funds for good causes with London Marathon challengedon’t think I’ll come down for weeks.” First time marathoner Claire Ratcliffe
Runcorn women's running group raise funds for good causes with London Marathon challenge
Liverpool Echo / Posted 29 days ago
don’t think I’ll come down for weeks.” First time marathoner Claire Ratcliffe also chose a cause close to her heart in the National Autistic Society as they were the first port of call for her sister when her sons, Claire’s nephews, were diagnosed... Read more
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Spalding Today
Father goes the distance for son at London MarathonI was helped by brilliant support from my wife Sue, and my kids James and Holly
Father goes the distance for son at London Marathon
Spalding Today / Posted a month ago
I was helped by brilliant support from my wife Sue, and my kids James and Holly. “We’ve raised £2500 for the National Autistic Society so far and it’s been an emotional time for sure.” Pictured are Steve, who has so far raised £2,500... Read more

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