The latest autism news and articles – brought to you by the Axics/NAS partnership.
Autism news update
Below you’ll find a list of some of the latest autism news, compiled by our friends at Network Autism. Each title is clickable and the link will take you to their website where you can find the full story.
- Autistic people in prison
- Glasgow aims to be first autism-friendly city in the UK
- Professor Simon Baron-Cohen webchat
- Updated autism guide for police officers
- Heightened hearing in autism could be a strength
- Sex and relationships for autistic people
- “I’m One” general election campaign launched
- Autism and suicidality
- Education and girls with autism Q & A with Sarah Wild (Storify)
- International society for autism research annual conference 2017
Are you seeking work with young people on the autism spectrum?
If you’re not already registered with Axcis, but would like to seek an autism teaching or support position, why not get in touch or register today and find out how we can assist you? We have offices nationwide and a team of expert consultants who have proven relationships with specialist and mainstream schools in your area.
The Axcis/NAS partnership
Axcis has been in partnership with the NAS since 2011, and we are proud to be their single biggest corporate sponsor. Since the start of this relationship, we have worked together on a range of initiatives, from developing FREE online webinars about autism, to live Twitter chats with top autism researchers and professionals as well as many training events, seminars and conferences. Axcis also sponsors Network Autism, the NAS’s vital online service created to bring autism professionals together across over 12 professional sectors and from 90 countries. In 2015, NAS also launched their MyWorld campaign with the support of Axcis Education to enhance autism awareness, training and resources in schools. Axcis have become a regular fixture at the NAS Professional Conference, which we are thrilled to support and sponsor. Axcis also sponsor an “Autism Professionals Award” to recognise the fantastic work being done to support those on the spectrum. We are extremely proud of this partnership with the NAS and hope that it will continue for many years to come.