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Autistic Parents Experiences of Maternity Hospitals

Autistic Parents Experiences of Maternity Hospitals

The Sheffield Autism Partnership Network (SAPN) has been asked to talk to autistic parents to hear about the things they would have liked to have known prior to their visit to any maternity hospital/ward. The responses to the questions will help in the creation of a ‘Welcome to Jessops Hospital’ video, which is being commissioned.

The Network would like to hear from Autistic parents, partners and their carers and give you the opportunity to share your maternity experiences.

If you would like to take part please consider these three questions and email your responses to Melissa Simmonds, Adult Autism Project Coordinator at m.simmonds@vas.org.uk

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