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autism spectrum

n.
The range of conditions that fall within the diagnostic category of autism spectrum disorder.
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Tenders are invited for cs5269 overnight short breaks for children and young people with autistic spectrum disorder (asd)
Across west central Scotland, the National Autistic Society Scotland's Moving Forward programme is working with people aged 16-24 on the autistic spectrum to help them develop skills for the workplace, gain social confidence and find employment.
Paddy, whose twins Penelope and Leo are on the autistic spectrum, turned both barrels on the scammer, tweeting: "Not a good start to 2018.
The engaging stories follow people on the autistic spectrum, or with physical disabilities, or cognitive conditions, such as Tourette's, that make it difficult for them to be employed in a mainstream capacity.
Autism, Asperger's syndrome, autistic spectrum disorder; you may well have heard of all these terms but what does it all mean?
Chown presents readers with a comprehensive guide to working with psychological autism theories and alternative theories of autism and autistic spectrum behavior based on a series of lectures the author presented for the National Autistic Society and Sheffield Hallam University in the UK.
A YOUNG man is urging people to back a campaign to close the employment gap for those on the autistic spectrum.
A SCHOOL has become the first in Denbighshire and the second in North Wales to become an 'Autism Aware School' through the Welsh National Autistic Spectrum Disorders School Scheme.
Diagnosed on the autistic spectrum her passions are prime numbers and homonyms words which sound the same but are spelled differently.
She said: "I've got first-hand experience of seeing how families cope with the challenges of autistic spectrum disorder.
The commission is inquiring into healthcare access for people on the autistic spectrum and is calling for individuals and families affected by autism, and autism professionals, to share their experiences as evidence.