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Here you can find a variety of resources to help support your child or loved one with non-verbal autism.
For some autistic children, spending time alone is an essential part of their day. We take a look at the reasons why they need some quiet, and the benefits spending time alone can bring.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (also known as SAD) can take a heavy toll on our mental health in winter. Read our tips on managing autism and the winter blues.
Celebrations can be a stressful experience for people with autism, so it’s important to help them prepare. We look at ways to make Hanukkah autism-friendly.
Christmas can be tough for people with autism, but there are ways to make it more enjoyable for everyone. Take a look at our top tips for autism-friendly festivities.
Autism and ADHD share a lot of similar symptoms, and they’re often confused as a result. We look at the genetic distinctions that separate the two.
Statistics show that people with autism are three times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. This World Diabetes Day, we take a look at the connection.
Holidays help autistic individuals experience new things and develop crucial life skills. These are five highly recommended autism-friendly holiday destinations.
World’s Alzheimer’s Day, which takes place on 21 September this year, is part of a month-long annual campaign to raise awareness and educate people about dementia. This year’s theme is ‘Know dementia, know Alzheimer’s’.
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.
This resource explores one of the seven sensory activities - Taste (Gustatory)