Monthly Archives: October 2015

Response from Nick Hodge to the Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty consultation

The Autism Centre’s Nick Hodge, Professor of Inclusive Practice, submitted this response to the Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty Consultation. If you have not yet responded and would like to then there is still time. Information on how to … Continue reading

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Make your thoughts known on proposed legislation for Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty

Time is pressing as the consultation ends on Nov 2nd but the Law Commission requires feedback on proposed changes to legislation that governs Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty. If you only have time to read and comment on part … Continue reading

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Free session on stress relief for parents of children with additional needs

Please note that this is not an Autism Centre Event Are you a parent or carer of someone with additional needs and feeling exhausted, isolated, or stressed? Claim your Free place at my ‘Make more time for yourself and feel … Continue reading

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Invitation to participate in study about therapy experiences

Hello and thank you for reading this message. If you haven’t participated in this survey yet, please will you consider? I am Anja Rutten, a Senior Lecturer in Autism at Sheffield Hallam University. I am also a counsellor and psychotherapist … Continue reading

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A range of autism clubs/projects at Sheffield Hallam University

Hello, My name is Holly Shreeves and I’m a Volunteer Support Worker at Sheffield Hallam Students’ Union. At Sheffield Hallam Students’ Union we run fantastic student-led projects for those with a diagnosis on the autism  spectrum. We are currently looking … Continue reading

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Considering Intimate Lives: Ways Forward (Free Event 9th Nov 2016)

  ESRC Social Sciences Festival Event Considering Intimate Lives: Ways Forward is a workshop for people with learning disabilities and/or autism, self-advocates, their families, friends, allies and those who work with and for them (e.g. care staff, support workers, social workers, … Continue reading

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Sensory Framework in Luke’s Blog

https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/autism/ Latest Blog entry from Luke Beardon. Follow @sheffieldluke on Twitter for updates, and please feel free to make constructive comments.

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