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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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Information For Professionals

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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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Employment For Young Adults

Numerous agencies in Buckinghamshire can support and guide you. Whether, researching a career path that matches your skill set and interests. Or, looking to start an apprenticeship and taking advantage of a vocational training opportunity. There are trained advocates and personal assistants who can engage with your prospective employer and make ...

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Education For Young Adults

Buckinghamshire is fortunate in having higher education establishments in High Wycombe and Aylesbury (University Campus Aylesbury Vale).  Click here to access a listing of courses available, at University Campus Aylesbury. If your diploma or degree course choice takes you outside the county, be assured that there are support processes in ...

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Young Adults – Advice

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Connect and consult with Connexions about housing needs, your legal rights and money matters. The Connexions services are based in Aylesbury and High Wycombe. A specially trained team of personal advisors are aware of the challenges that autism can present and can guide you and advocate for you, and your family. Or, sign post you in the right direction to help you.

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Young Adults – Support

Organisations and services in Buckinghamshire and beyond offer the opportunity for you to meet your needs.   Developing confidence and  perhaps independent living skills, whilst tapping into your talents and interests too. The charity Youth Concern are celebrating and enjoying a milestone year during 2015.  Youth Concern run a drop in centre, ...

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Adult Employment

People with autism have valuable skills that can be transferred to the work place. Everyone has a different skills set with different strengths and attributes and these can be focused upon, to help the job seeking process. Useful links: Aylesbury JobCentre Plus High Wycombe JobCentre Plus Chesham JobCentre Plus Jobs ...

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Adult Education

If you want to continue your learning journey there are varied options, with extra support available, upon application. You can recommence your learning journey at any stage in life and explore subjects that you may have wanted to in younger life, but couldn’t specialise at that time. The Open University ...

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