About the Club This is a social club for adults on the autism spectrum run by Leading Lives. Come and meet like-minded people in an informal setting. You are welcome to bring along a friend or family member. There will be a monthly … Read Article about Suffolk Autism Social Club
Spectrum 10k are inviting 10,000 autistic people of all ages, genders, ethnicities & intellectual abilities to help their research of genetic & environmental factors that contribute to the wellbeing of autistic individuals and their … Read Article about Spectrum 10k
Top Tips for employers developed by young people with Autism - developed by young people at Suffolk One with support from the Suffolk County Council Engagement Hub team. Please feel free to use, share and promote with your networks, employers … Read Article about Top Tips for employers
Disability affects more people than you may think, and it’s not always visible. ITV has partnered with disability equality charity, Scope, to promote understanding of invisible disabilities. What is an invisible disability? Some … Read Article about Invisible Disabilities
Autism Bedfordshire are running 'Hear Me, See Me' workshops online for people in the East of England. Inequalities and rights accessing healthcare - an online workshop for parents/carers A workshop for carers or parents of autistic adults in … Read Article about ‘Hear me, See Me’ Autism workshop
Information below extracted from the summary of the full report: https://committees.parliament.uk/publications/6669/documents/71689/default/ - some sentences shortened/simplified. The poor treatment of autistic people and people with learning … Read Article about The treatment of autistic people and people with learning disabilities: a report from the House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee
The Suffolk Law Centre, in partnership with Ace Anglia and funded by National Lotteries Reaching Communities are pleased to offer a great 2-hour workshop training opportunity. The training is co-developed, co-written by specialist discrimination … Read Article about The 3 Cs Project – Free Peer- to Peer Training for Autistic people / people with Learning Disabilities to Challenge Discrimination and Harassment
The government’s national strategy for improving the lives of autistic people and their families and carers in England, and implementation plan for 2021 to 2022. Details The strategy builds on and replaces the preceding adult autism … Read Article about The national strategy for autistic children, young people and adults: 2021 to 2026
A survey from Dimensions. "We want to hear about people’s film experiences, especially with sensory friendly screenings. Please help by completing and sharing our survey and prize draw." "As Covid-19 restrictions ease and autism friendly … Read Article about Autism friendly screenings
Do you need support with education, training employment, self-employment and wellbeing? Work Well Suffolk can help. Work Well Suffolk are running drop-in sessions at Chantry Library in Ipswich. The sessions will be hosted by Wendy Frost. The … Read Article about Work Well Suffolk drop-in sessions
This annual report from the University of Bristol provides information about the deaths of people with a learning disability aged four years and over notified to the programme. It is now 5 years since the LeDeR programme was set up. This report … Read Article about LeDeR (Learning Disabilities Mortality Review) Report
Join Ace Anglia to discuss the accessibility of your local gyms and leisure facilities! When? Friday 11th June. What time? 10:30 - 12:30 How to I join? Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or message 07920 427826. You will then … Read Article about Fairer Access to Health and Leisure Activities
About the easy read guide The British Institute of Human Rights have launched a new easy read resource on the right to accessible information! The guide is for anyone who is interested in the right to accessible information. Read the guide … Read Article about New easy read guide to the right to accessible information!
Talk Health and Wellbeing Virtual online meetings every Wednesday at 2:00PM Wednesday 5th May 2021: Cancer with the cancer care navigators and the Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Centre Manager at Ipswich Hospital. Wednesday … Read Article about What sessions can you come to in May at Ace Anglia’s Talk Health and Wellbeing?
Rosalind is an autistic woman, this is her story. She talks about her childhood diagnosis, the importance of recognising phobias and her love for her family and animals. #AutismAwarenessWeek … Read Article about Rosalind – my story