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The National Autistic Society is the UK's leading charity for people affected by autism. We want a world where all people living with autism get to lead the life they choose. We will transform understanding of autism and make sure everyone living with autism gets the support they need.

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Parenting your child with a behavioural condition that's not well understood is hard. Angela has some help about Pathological Demand Avoidance

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from eBay

LOOM BAND DRESS BELT (for charity, National Autistic Society )

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from the Guardian

Watch the eye-opening autism and employment video, and discover its star's inspirational story

Watch the eye-opening autism and employment video, and discover its star's inspirational story | Too much information: understanding autism. An apprenticeship was the springboard to success for Max Green, the star of a new National Autistic Society film on the difficulties of getting into the workplace.

from the Guardian

11 shocking statistics about autism and employment

11 shocking statistics about autism and employment. The vast majority of autistic people cannot get a job – and when they do, bullying in the workplace seems to be on the rise. These are just two of the shocking findings in a new survey released today by the National Autistic Society, which is launching a petition for change.

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Pack of 8 Woolly National Autistic Society Charity Christmas Cards | Cards | Love Kates

Only 16% of autistic adults are in full-time paid work. This situation hasn't improved in almost a decade. We are calling on the Government to take decisive action to double the number of autistic people in work. Sign the petition.

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From a celebration for #WorldPoetryDay by the National Autistic Society @Dan Uyemura Alex is this poem 'Sensory Overload' was written by #autistic poet Ms Matty Angel

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According to a survey taken by the National Autistic Society shown that 63% of young people with Autism are being bullied. That is a large proportion don’t you think. I personally think this is awful as society cannot accept different. I want to share my daughter’s story and show that it is not only people …