What is happening in the world of autism locally, nationally and around the globe.
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.
The Amazing Effects of Exercise
Published: 28 March 2019
Many of our students at school benefit greatly from regular exercise, it can be regulating, calming as well as great for their health. The link below tells the story of Spencer, a man with Autism who struggles to communicate effectively and can find day to day life challenging.
Autism Hour in Shops
Published: 18 March 2019
As part of our post 16 curriculum our students work towards developing their life skills, this can include trips to local shops and supermarkets, these visits can prove difficult for our young people due to the busy, noisy and over stimulating environment.
Tweets We Like
Duke of Edinburgh https://t.co/z4XD8GzS0T— Newfield Autism (@newfieldautism) May 16, 2019
On this my last day, I would like to thank everyone for the support they have given me during this magical year. I have enjoyed every last minute of it. I wish the new Mayor Cllr Jim Shorrock all the best and hope he enjoys it as much as I have. @ShuttleBwD @blackburndarwen— The Mayor of BwD (@BwDMayor) May 16, 2019
Inclusive Football https://t.co/WUSb4XxcGx— Newfield Autism (@newfieldautism) May 7, 2019
Special Interests https://t.co/eXZj3nKUoZ— Newfield Autism (@newfieldautism) April 26, 2019