Autism and Aspergers
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CAIYCAIY Member Posts: 3 Listener
In a few months I will be running an event for children aged 11-16 with Autism, aiming to increase sports participation and also inform children/parents of sporting opportunities available to them.

I Joined the community to gain a better understanding of Autism.  
I have limited experience working with children with Autism and therefore wondered if anyone would be able to inform me more on what autism is? or any general comments regarding Autism?


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  • [Deleted User][Deleted User] Posts: 689 Listener
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  • NystagmiteNystagmite Member Posts: 609 Pioneering
    A lot of us have sensory issues. I, for example, find noise is painful. To the extent that I get migraine. I also find lights are painful too.
  • CAIYCAIY Member Posts: 3 Listener
    That is fantastic Information. Thank you both.
  • shell2222shell2222 Member Posts: 12 Listener
    hello i send my pip forms off in february and capita sent me a letter saying they have received my claim and that there were looking at it and if i need a f2f then they would send me appointment that was on march the 10th i have not received anything back at all nothing not a word and it been 10 weeks now i am on dla so it's just a tranfer but surely they would of looked at my claim by now i no some people who had there assesment in bout 5/6 weeks then had the decision in under 10 weeks who's will be will same health provider as me i'm in wales so it will be capita in cardiff
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