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28/07/2020 8:31 am  

Great resources for little people including social stories about mask wearing.

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28/07/2020 8:32 am  

Great resources for little people including social stories about mask wearing.

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https://www.facebook.com/209027775801669/posts/3060757937295291/?d=n  

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28/07/2020 8:47 am  

Supporting Secondary school Transition

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SCN has started to produce resources - this is a transition resource designed for year six to year seven. To be kept up to date with SCN developments head to www.supportingneurodiversity.co.uk

An editable resource for SEN year 6 children transitioning to a mainstream primary school - https://www.supportingneurodiversity.co.uk/resources-and-tips
 

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03/08/2020 11:25 am  

Transitioning into the world again after lockdown

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18/08/2020 8:58 am  

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Coronavirus hub has information on setting up a new routine, coping with anxiety, managing health appointments, supporting loved ones... & plenty more.

Find out more:

https://www.autistica.org.uk/what-is-autism/coronavirus

We're creating resources and hosting webinars with leading experts to help you and your family to cope better with the impacts of Coronavirus (COVID-19)


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08/09/2020 8:48 am  

Being prepared for future emergencies

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During COVID, Together Matters adapted their existing guidance and templates for making emergency plans. The aim was to help family carers get essential information written down and access the support they needed during the crisis. This was one of our most downloaded resources reflecting the level of anxiety about 'What if...?'
Since lockdown has eased many families have been telling themone of their top priorities is to get an emergency plan in place in case there is another crisis. But they also say they need support to keep going as it can be emotionally and practically hard. This is particularly true for older family carers who can find it very difficult to think about and plan for the future.


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19/10/2020 11:32 am  

Well being and Mental health a guide to looking after yourself and others


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19/10/2020 2:34 pm  

This is helpful guidance, (especially the paragraph below) if you are isolating with someone with autism, learning disabilities and mental health issues. It would also be wise to get a letter from a social worker or health professional to give you peace of mind should you be challenged

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-stay-at-home-guidance/stay-at-home-guidance-for-households-with-possible-coronavirus-covid-19-infection#fined


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