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

Are COVID-19 vaccines safe for people with learning disabilities? Yes. Contact your GP for advice on individual illnesses as advice may vary depending on individual circumstances. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3Wh23PDnfE When will it be my turn to get vaccinated? When it is the right time, you will receive an invitation to come forward. For most people in south […]

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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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