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Links to various peer-reviewed resources
Very useful downloadable resource explaining from Autism East Midlands to prospective employers potential problems.
Independent Parental Special Education Advice (known as IPSEA) is a registered charity. IPSEA offers free and independent legally based information, advice to help get the right education for children and young people
Autism Passport press release
Explanation of the methodology used in the passport
A directory of various holiday venues, house swaps, sensory friendly activity and events in a variety of countries. Don't miss our blog easing air-travel with autistic children
This DWP toolkit is to support awareness and understanding of Autism Spectrum Conditions and providing practical guidance for supporting people who have neurodiverse conditions into employment.
Living with autism, a mental health condition or learning difficulty can lead to problems making decisions, controlling emotions and appropriate behaviour. Brain in Hand is an on demand support system giving people access to detailed personalised support from their smartphone, putting the individual in control.
Face-to-face careers guidance is generally quite limited, with many schools only providing online, email and phone support. But if you have a disability, learning difficulty or health condition, you should be able to get at least three sessions of face-to-face advice.
Uneepi is an autism dating site. Whether you're looking for a boyfriend/girlfriend, bestfriend or something in between, we want to help. Uneepi is designed to support those on the autism spectrum that want to pursue relationships and better themselves.