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Living Well With Autism

The Recovery College is run by the mental health trust and the aim is to provide an educational approach to understanding and managing some of the mental health challenges that people are facing.

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The Recovery College are offering a new course ‘Living Well With Autism’.

 “This 5 week free course helps people (16+ years) explore ways that people who have autism can live well and have a meaningful and purposeful life. Like all our courses at the Recovery College, this course has been co-produced by people with lived experience of autism and people with learned experience of autism.

The course acknowledges that there are challenges that go alongside a diagnosis of autism but the course will also explore positive ways to enable people to live well with autism.

This course is suitable for people who have a diagnosis of autism, people who suspect they may have autism, supporters and professionals looking to enhance their knowledge further around autism.

The course aims to help students gain an understanding into some of the features of autism and how it affects individuals. Students will be given an opportunity to develop if they wish, their own personalised coping strategy toolkit.”

This is a link to the timetable for all the Recovery College’s courses, including the new autism course: https://www.nsft.nhs.uk/recovery-college/

For further information please email the Recovery College Online: RecoveryOnline@nsft.nhs.uk

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