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Autism and social communication team

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The autism and social communication team are a team of specialist teachers who work to provide specialist advice for children and young people in mainstream primary and secondary settings, who have di

Supported Employment Employer Forum

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Finding and sustaining employment can sometimes be tough for people with autism or learning disabilities. However, there is strong international evidence that Supported Employment is an effective appr

If you think you are autistic

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If you think you are autistic there is help out there. You don’t need to do it alone. On this page we hope we can help you find the support and activities that you need. There are websites, podcasts a

Neurodevelopmental help: Environments, transitions, making friends

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Routines form an important part of all of our daily lives. Think about when you eat your lunch, do your food shop or visit a family member. We generally stick to similar routines each day and each wee

How Supported Employment is helping Salford residents and employers fulfil their potential

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The Salford Supported Employment Service is a joint initiative between Salford City Council and the Growth Company (GC). It aims to make it easier for people with learning disabilities or autism to

Neurodevelopmental help: Understanding and responding to behaviours

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Behaviour is the way in which we act or respond to a situation or event that occurs. We can all respond to something positively. For example, smiling and laughing to show our enjoyment and pleasure. E

Salford's neurodevelopmental offer

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Welcome to Salford’s neurodevelopmental webpages. We hope you find these pages helpful. They aim to provide advice, guidance and support for children and young people with neurodevelopmental needs. U

Neurodevelopmental help: Speech, language and communication skills

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Our communication skills are one of the most important set of skills we have. They help us to form friendships and relationships as well as help us to learn, develop and think. Our ability to understa

Neurodevelopmental help: Sensory skills

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Sensory skills involve the senses of smell, touch, vision, hearing, balance and proprioception (where your body is in space) and taste. Our sensory skills constantly work together alongside our motor

Neurodevelopmental help: Emotional wellbeing and mental health

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Emotional wellbeing is our ability to produce positive emotions, moods, thoughts and feelings. It helps us to adapt when we are confronted with a stressful, unpleasant or unexpected situation. It can