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Adult Social Group High Wycombe

High Wycombe Day Adult Social Group, where you can meet others with Autism in a safe environment:- Just sit and listen Play board games Make suggestions on what you want from the group Where High Wycombe Quakers Meeting House, 25 London Road, High Wycombe, HP11 1BJ. Wednesday 8th March 2017 ...

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Adult Social Group

Aylesbury Evening Adult Social Group, where you can meet others with autism in a safe environment:- Just sit and listen Play board games Make suggestions on what you want from the group Where Aylesbury Quakers Meeting House, 9 Rickfords Hill, Aylesbury, HP20 2RT When Wednesday 22nd Feb 2017 Wednesday 22nd ...

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Support Groups: Independent Living

Connection/Bucks Floating Support Provides support regarding independent living skills for young people aged 18-30 who are not eligible for adult social care services. Aimed specifically at adults with autism: At risk of social isolation Have mental health issues Referrals Referrals are via: Social workers Connexions ASB officers Child and Adolescent ...

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Support Groups: Education

Education, Supported Employment and Vounteering Buckinghamshire Care Supported Employment service helps people with disabilities and mental health problems find paid employment. We believe that with the right support everyone can have a paid job. We offer our Supported Employment service to people across Buckinghamshire and neighbouring local authorities through a ...

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Adult Social Group High Wycombe Day

Adult Social Group High Wycombe Day Adult Social Group, where you can meet others with autism in a safe environment: Just sit and listen. Make suggestions on what you want from the group. Play board games. Where: High Wycombe Quakers Meeting House 25 London Road, High Wycombe, HP11 1BJ   ...

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Adult Social Group Aylesbury Evening

Adult Social Group Aylesbury Evening Adult Social Group, where you can meet others with autism in a safe environment:- Just sit and listen Make suggestions on what you want from the group. Play board games   Where: Aylesbury Quakers Meeting House 9 Rickfords Hill, Aylesbury, Hp20 2RT   When: Wednesday ...

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Autism Myth Buster

Myth: People with autism don’t want friends. Truth: If someone in your place or work or study has autism, they probably struggle with social skills, which may make it difficult to interact with peers. They might seem shy or unfriendly, but that’s just because he or she is unable communicate ...

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Virtual Tour

Phase one of the Autism Bucks Virtual Tour features key health care locations in Buckinghamshire. To open the virtual tour for the full screen experience, please click here. To access our travel information page to help plan your journey, click here.Please note: Our innovative mapping tool will be developed further. The ...

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Jargon Buster

Useful Links: Autism Dictionary (neurobiological, genetic, and clinical terms) Glossary of terms related to Autism.

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