Please find below the joining details for the 6th September Alliance Webinar ‘Medicines that should not be routinely prescribed in primary care. Heather Holmes and Brian Mackenna NHS England’
For more information and joining instructions contact:
Policy Advisor, Voluntary Sector, Long Term Conditions & End of Life Care
Primary, Community & Mental Health Services Directorate
Department of Health, 79 Whitehall, SW1A 2NS
E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 02072103842
This two-year pilot study established a tailored mentoring scheme, designed with input from autistic people and their carers, and evaluated its effectiveness in improving the mental health and wellbeing of young adults aged 16-24 with Asperger syndrome (AS) or high functioning autism (HFA). It aimed to identify whether or not mentoring has potential to be an effective intervention for this group.
Find out more on the Research Autism web pages:
More than one in 100 people are on the autism spectrum in the UK, which is an estimated 700,000 people. Many of these people and their families do not travel because they are concerned with the changes and disruptions in routines that traveling today requires.
Have you ever thought about what it’s like for someone with autism to navigate the unusual processes and procedures of air travel?
In April 2017 Shannon Airport in Ireland opened Europe’s first sensory room, which offers a calm space for globetrotting kids with sensory sensitivities, and their caregivers. The mellow space has low lighting and spa-like music. There are colour-changing LEDs, an undulating wavy wall, and cloud and solar system projections which the children and free to play with and explore.
Read more here to find out about other autism friendly supports at airports: