Understanding Autism - A Guide For Children
Understanding how our brains work can have so many benefits. Not only does it support our mental health, (allowing us to celebrate and work to our strengths, and implementing meaningful strategies to support the things we find to be challenging,) but it also allows us to understand why we might do things differently to other people. This free guide for children is designed to help young autistic children (or children on the autism diagnostic pathway) to understand autism and why they might experience the world in the way in which they do. It also might be beneficial for neurotypical children to gain insight into autism.
Meltdowns can be an exhausting and overwhelming part of the autistic experience. Often they can occur when a person is overwhelmed, exhausted, anxious or managing changes. Download our PDF guide for simple steps that can have a big impact
28 Prompts for Journalling
Journalling can be a good way to manage stress, low mood, anxiety and reduce ruminating. It can also help us to learn more about ourselves. Download our free journalling prompts here.
Reasonable adjustments for employers & education providers
The Equality Act (2010) enables people with autism to request reasonable adjustments within their place of work of education establishment. Download our simple guide here as to how you can create an inclusive environment for autistic people.