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SupportLine is particularly aimed at those who are isolated, at risk, vulnerable and victims of any form of abuse.

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SupportLine is particularly aimed at those who are isolated, at risk, vulnerable and victims of any form of abuse.

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SupportLine is particularly aimed at those who are isolated, at risk, vulnerable and victims of any form of abuse.

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Autism / Aspergers

Agencies providing advice, support and information

ADDISS – The National Attention Deficit Disorder Information & Support Service 020 8952 2800 www.addiss.co.uk people friendly information and resources to anyone who needs assistance.

Advisory Centre for Education
www.ace-ed.org.uk
Online advice on special educational needs.

AFASIC
0300 666 9410
www.afasic.org.uk
A parent-led organisation to help children and young people with speech and language impairments and their families including a helpline, publications, support groups, online message boards.

Ambitious About Autism 020 8815 5444 www.ambitiousaboutautism.org.uk – national charity for children and young people with autism, provide services including online community and specialist education through the Treehouse School.

Autism Anglia: 01206 577678, www.autism-anglia.org.uk - Based in Colchester offers advice and support and direction to families across Essex who are affected by autism. Website includes information about autism and also information about the Autism Alert Card free to anyone with autism which helps the police and emergency services quickly identify they are dealing with someone with autism.

Cambian Group
www.cambiangroup.com
Leading UK provider of specialist services in education, mental health, rehabilitation and learning disabilities.

Contact a Family Helpline:
0808 808 3555

www.cafamily.org.uk
UK wide charity providing advice, information, support for parents of children with disabilities. Also enable parents to get in contact with other families both on a local and national level.

IPSEA:
www.ipsea.org.uk
Registered charity offering free and independent advice to parents of children with special educational needs on local authorities legal duties to assess and provide for children with special educational needs, actions or inaction by local authorities and schools which discriminate against children with disabilities, exclusion of children with special need.

Living Autism:
0800 756 2420  

www.livingautism.com - information, advice, resources, on all issues relating to autism 

National Autistic Society: 0808 800 4104 , www.autism.org.uk - Information on Autism and Aspergers including support groups, respite services, diagnosis, therapeutic approaches etc.

Scottish Autism:
Help and Advice:01259 222022
www.scottishautism.org
An organisation dedicated to enriching the lives of people with autism. Includes advice, knowledge share seminars, online parent support programme and interactive website about autism - www.understandautism.org

SAFE (Supporting Asperger Families in Essex): www.safeessex.org.uk - Parent support groups which meet in the Colchester, Chelmsford, Basildon and Southend areas on a regular basis.

SNAP (Special Needs and Parents): 01277 211300, www.snapcharity.org - registered charity that helps Essex families who have children with special needs and disabilities. Aim to encourage and support parents so that they can grow in strength and knowledge and become better equipped to give positive help to their children


Useful websites

https://lukasharrison.wordpress.com/2015/10/25/i-am-me/
An interesting and informative blog from a student with Aspergers Syndrome titled "I Am Me".

The blog raises awareness of Aspergers Syndrome and various other disorders such as anxiety and depression and the effects that it has on the people themselves and their families.

The blog aims to help people feel better about themselves and asks for people to send an image of themselves "I Am Me" in the picture to show themselves in a more positive light.

ww.lynnenamka.com/anger-management - Site to work through with children and young people how to manage their anger

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