Where to go for more help and support
There are a few organisations who are there to help and support – here is a list of the ones I know about, both local and national:
The following organisations can also be contacted for further support on
- Additional Neurodiversity conditions – The British Dyslexia Association is committed to raising awareness and understanding of Neurodiversity conditions by offering a wide range of information to help families, professionals, and Neurodiverse individuals.
- Remploy is the UK’s leading provider of disability employment services. Remploy provides tools and guidance to individuals with disabilities getting and staying in a job.
- Dyspraxia – The Dyspraxia Foundation is a UK wide charity supporting and helping individuals with dyspraxia and providing them with a variety of tools to help themselves.
- Autism – The National Autistic Society is a UK charity that provides information, guidance and support to people with Autism.
- Access to Work – is a publicly funded employment support programme that aims to help more disabled people start or stay in work. They can support travel to and from work as well as specific work-related needs.
- The Pathological Demand Avoidance Society provides support and advice on this under-diagnosed condition.
- The British Dyslexia Association has help and support on their website.
NAS – https://www.autism.org.uk/
PDA Society – https://www.pdasociety.org.uk/
ADHD – https://adhduk.co.uk/
Dyslexia – https://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/
Remploy – https://www.remploy.co.uk/
Dyspraxia – https://dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/
Access to Work – https://www.gov.uk/access-to-work
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