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Omicron Variant (Dec 2021)

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  We are facing a huge wave of Omicron, which is far more infectious than anything we've seen before in the Covid-19 pandemic, and evades immunity either from natural infection or double vaccination. Here's a summary of the most important things to do so that we can reduce spread. 1. Limit contacts 2. Home testing 3. Upgrade your mask to FFP2 4. Get vaccinated/boosted 5. Know the symptoms Created in collaboration with Trish Greenhalgh (University of Oxford) and Dan Goyal (NHS consultant physician). Animation by Vicki Martin www.vickimartin.co.uk using VideoScribe. Licence: Creative Commons Attribution licence (reuse allowed)

NW London Professionals Training

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A training webinar for professionals in NW London who work with autistic adults without a co-occurring Learning Disability. Funded by NHS NW London, this webinar is aimed at professionals who work with autistic adults without a co-occurring learning disability to better understand their needs, improve your engagement and learn how to make your services more accessible to autistic adults. For more information about the next training webinar for NW London Professionals, please click here https://adhdandautism.org/event/autistic-adult-training-for-nwl-professionals/

Helping Young Autistic People Cope with COVID-19 and Lockdown

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Dr Nicky Greaves - Helping Young Autistic People Cope with COVID-19 and Lockdown

COVID – Hospital Passport

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A new temporary Hospital Passport updated to include the Human Rights Act during the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to encourage all individuals with learning disabilities or their carers to complete this hospital Passport. It should be conveyed to the hospital with them. Traditionally a hospital passport has been used to support people with learning disabilities and/or autism should they be admitted to hospital. It communicates their likes, dislikes, communication issues, how they express pain etc this one has been developed by Learning Disability England to support the current crisis. covid-hospital-passport

PIP Info

PIP Info
An adviser guide to personal independence payment regulations & case law. https://pipinfo.net  

Breathing Exercise for Anxiety and Relaxation

Breathe & Relax Visualisation

When to call GP, 111, 999 or go to A&E

When to call GP, 111, 999 or go to A&E

SEN & Coronavirus Website

SEN COVID 19 Website
As many people, both professionally and personally will already be aware there is a significant impact on children and young people with SEN because of the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic. Keep up to date with the latest changes at https://www.sen-covid-19.co.uk

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Centre for ADHD & Autism Support
Registered Charity No: 1193799
269 Field End Road, Eastcote, HA4 9XA
020 8429 1552
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