What is happening in the world of autism locally, nationally and around the globe.
Compassionate Theme Park Worker
Published: 09 June 2019
It can often take a lot of preparation for a day out, parents and carers as well as school staff here at Newfield, talk about up and coming trips or provide visuals to reduce anxiety so that trips out are as enjoyable as possible. Unfortunately, sometimes situations arise which can’t be predicted and they can be difficult to deal with for a person with Autism. This can cause a crisis which can present in behaviours which many don’t understand.
Autism Friendly Clothing
Published: 02 June 2019
I have found a lovely article this week about a mum who has been designing t-shirts for people with Autism. These t-shirts are soft to touch, label free and have different slogan’s on which may help to spread awareness of a child or adult’s difficulties.
Published: 06 May 2019
Previous blogs have shown how many industries are now becoming far more inclusive towards young people and adults with autism. This article shows the football club Brighton and how they have change the environment of a stadium to enable those with autism and sensory processing difficulties to come and watch the game.
Tweets We Like
Art and Autism https://t.co/s4K0bfICEh— Newfield Autism (@newfieldautism) September 14, 2019
Blue Badges for parking cars can help many children with autism who become anxious when going to new, busy or noisy places. Check out the guidelines to see eligibility criteria.https://t.co/bFCWxYuF6M— Newfield Autism (@newfieldautism) September 11, 2019