What We Do Running a chatroom for autistics Promoting autistic pride day Monitoring news on autism for negative treatment of autistics Asking for cgat for new projects Related links. They may be able to refer you to a specialist who can help, such as: an occupational therapist a speech and language therapist a mental health specialist.
Your school, college or workplace You can get support to make things easier for you or your. This is the name for the support they provide for young people with special educational needs. Find out what help is available at: nursery or school — speak to teachers or special educational needs SENCO staff college or university — speak to student support services work — speak to your manager and human resources HR Your local council You can get some support and financial benefits from your local council.
For children and young people For people under 25, ask your council about their "local offer".
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Find your local council Orom and autism assessment teams If you think you or your child needs help from a health professional, speak to a GP or the assessment team that diagnosed you. It began as a response to negative and torturous treatment of autistics around the world and aimed to provide positive media input.
For adults If you're an autistic adult or care for an autistic adult, ask your council for a needs assessment. The website is now long island chat room run. This is chxt assessment to find out: what problems you're having with everyday life what support or financial benefits you might be able to get For parents and carers If you look after someone who's autistic, ask your council for a carer's assessment.
What's available depends on your situation. You can also get advice about the local offer from your local special educational needs advice service.