Resources

Here you can find a variety of resources to help support your child or loved one with non-verbal autism.

3 Reasons why cats make good companions

3 Reasons why cats make good companions

Animals can do wonders for our mental health and wellbeing, but cats in particular make great companions for autistic children. Here are three reasons why.

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The Seven Senses – Taste (Gustatory)

The Seven Senses – Taste (Gustatory)

This resource explores one of the seven sensory activities - Taste (Gustatory)

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Friendships and autism

Friendships and autism

Helping to support people with autism make friends

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The Seven Senses – Smell (Olfactory)

The Seven Senses – Smell (Olfactory)

This resource explores one of the seven sensory activities - Smell (Olfactory)

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The Seven Senses – Hearing (Auditory)

The Seven Senses – Hearing (Auditory)

This resource explores one of the seven sensory activities - Hearing (Auditory)

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The Seven Senses – Sight (Vision)

The Seven Senses – Sight (Vision)

This resource explores one of the seven sensory activities - Sight (Vision)

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5 ways you can make Ramadan more autism-friendly

5 ways you can make Ramadan more autism-friendly

Ramadan. For many, it’s a special time of worship and celebration, but for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), it can also be a challenging time of uncertainty and anxiety.

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Siblings and autism

Siblings and autism

Having an autistic sibling will teach you important life lessons around valuing people’s difference and unconditional love

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Finding financial help for an autistic adult in the UK

Finding financial help for an autistic adult in the UK

Finding financial support as an autistic adult can be long-winded, difficult and exhausting. Here's how to find financial help in the UK.

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How to explain autism to a diagnosed child

How to explain autism to a diagnosed child

How can you explain a diagnosis of autism to a child? What to say, how to say it, the circumstances to tell them in and why.

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