Tag: Autism

Ambers Autism Awareness Diaries November 2014

  *Ambers Autism Awareness Diaries November 2014. As written by her Mum Christine Robinson Twinkle.  Photographs used with kind permission of Christine. Edited by Kenneth Ingram. 7 November Autism traits when reading them are pretty rigid, but Amber proves every day that the textbook although good for learning about autism isn’t

Amber’s Autism Awareness: Latest Diaries written by Christine Robinson Twinkle

Amber’s Autism Awareness Latest  Diaries. 19th April Amber was super empathetic today – first while her cousin was upset after a happening with her other cousin, Amber watched intently when they were being asked what had happened, she didn’t much like Carly being upset so moved closer and then stood

Leeds Autism Services are breaking down barriers

  Next month, April, is Autism Awareness Month and local group Leeds Autism Services (LAS) will be busy getting the message out that autism is something to be understood, not to be frightened of. “Light it up blue” is the slogan and local campaigners in Leeds have persuaded the First

Call for Teachers to receive training to recognise ASD

  To: Rt Hon Michael Gove MP – Education Secretary Please insist that all teachers, of all levels, receive basic training in helping to spot and understand Autism to enable our children to receive the best possible help whilst in School. To sign the petition go to https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/teachers-to-receive-training-to-recognise-asd Why is