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  • Our Toolkit and 'Mystery Shoppers' Help Accessibility

    Our Toolkit and 'Mystery Shoppers' Help Accessibility

    Our Healthy Living and Physical Activity Project network has now launched their free toolkit online to help make community healthy living and physical activity groups and facilities more accessible to adults with autism, learning disabilities and severe mental illness. The project also supports mystery shoppers to try out activities and give feedback.

  • Living With Dementia Toolkit

    Living With Dementia Toolkit

    A new online toolkit has been developed for and by people living with dementia and carers covering topics such as staying safe and well, staying active, staying connected, keeping a sense of purpose and staying positive. It aims to inspire through examples of real-life experiences, offering ideas to help people with dementia live how they choose and giving hope for the future.

  • New Employment Toolkit is Ambitious about Autism

    New Employment Toolkit is Ambitious about Autism

    Autistic job seekers are among the most disadvantaged, with just 22% of people with autism in full-time paid employment, the lowest of all disabled groups. The charities Ambitious about Autism and The Autism Education Trust have launched their Transition to Employment Toolkit to support disadvantaged autistic young people into the job market, following the Coronavirus pandemic.

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