Autism In Transition

About me…. I am a mother of three and have just self-published a book entitled 30 Days of Autism, which is a guide of sorts to help parents and carers of newly diagnosed children gain knowledge and understanding about ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) from a parental perspective. In the book, I share anecdotes about our […]

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Living With Autism: The Carer’s Side

Ishia Beckford Works at The Aspire Wellbeing Centre Personal Assistant to Keith Edmondson & Jenny Daniels Son: Neziah 18 (eldest of 2 children) Diagnosed: 10 years old When Neziah was young, there was not anything that specifically stood out to me that would’ve suggested Neziah could have any SEND needs (Special Educational Needs and Disability). […]

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Covid-19 Vaccinations – FAQ’s

In this current climate, we at The Aspire Wellbeing Centre know that there are many questions surrounding the introduction of vaccinations, especially if you or someone you care for, come under the category of being vulnerable. So to answer some of the most commonly asked questions we receive, we have produced a Frequently Asked Questions […]

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We’re open for business

Aspire Wellbeing is beginning to re-establish services for existing Members and service users, in a carefully planned and managed way. We anticipate offering services for new members and users in the near future.

We are re-opening on Monday 24th August and our opening times will be Monday to Friday, from 9am till 5pm.

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