My 20year old student son with high functioning autism living at university has anxiety which Is spiralling out of control, making him miserable with obsessional thoughts.I'd like to find CBT for him. Is it worth going through the uni or should I find a specialist experienced with autism? Is there a list of recommended therapists? Is it me, or is it impossible to get through on the NAS helpline? Although every website I look at acknowledges anxiety as a common problem there are no practical solutions. I want a phone number!!
I am currently studying a course in disability support work.
Can anybody please give me an insight of what I need to know about autism before caring for someone with this condition.
More specifically, what I need to know about caring for someone with autism.
Thank you in advance
I'm currently 'in the system', waiting for a diagnosis of Asperger's. I understand from many things I've read that getting to the end of a diagnosis can take some time. In light of this, I want to help myself. I'm looking for advice on how to read people correctly - and not go 'off on one' if I misread them! This happens quite frequently...
parents audio diary of trying to get him appropriate care.
from 10 minutes approx into 5live daily :
BTW - jeremy corbyn is extremely interested in mental health.
when there was all the kerfuffle about him being elected labout leader someone phoned into lbc with an interesting perspective.
Hi does anyone know of any rhemotology conditions that can be related to/with Autism? or have experienced a condition themselves with their child? The reason I'm looking for this information is due to A blood test that has been taken for chromosomes which has came back and we now have an appointment with a paediatric rhemotologist.
I really don't know what to expect and we have to wait until May!
thanks for reading, take care
full article in the times, wednesday january 20th, page 45.
online most of it is behind a paywall but i expect claudia romero will send you a copy if you ask her.
Expanding from a localised market on to a nationwide stage presents challenges from finance to manufacturing
The company CAPR-style
What Adapatable clothing for people with special needs
Founder Claudia Romero
Operating since 2014
"I started my company, CAPR-Style, to make adaptable clothing for those with special needs.