Network News World Autism Awareness Day 2016 Special Edition

WAAD 2016Welcome to this special edition of the Autism Network Scotland newsletter, Network News. This edition’s theme is World Autism Awareness Day, and showcases great events going on across Scotland on and around the day itself, 2nd April 2016. You can also visit this web page to see a map and a listing of events by location.

This special edition celebrates the launch of the Scottish Strategy for Autism Facebook page, and the new the new Fife Autism Network Facebook Page and Virtual Network. We also feature the launch of the new Scottish Learning Disability Observatory website; Young Scotland’s Got Talent 2016; an update from the One Stop Shops and details of many events celebrating autism awareness.

You can view this edition of the newsletter here.



Network News Spring 2016

Spring 2016Welcome to the Spring Edition of the Autism Network Scotland newsletter, Network News. This edition features information about a range of events and activities across the country which we hope you will find of interest.

In this Spring edition you will find an update on the rescheduled Autism Strategy Collaborative Business Meeting & Development Workshop, due on April 12th; the launch of the Auticulture Network, which aims to promote wellbeing in people with autism through nature; the launch of the Shirlie Project’s Bigger Picture scheme; and Colouring Outside the Lines, a new blog for parents of children awaiting diagnosis.

You will also find updates from the One Stop Shops, Project Ability, Hope for Autism in North Lanarkshire, Scottish Autism’s Right Click programme, Reach Lanarkshire Autism and much more.

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Network News Winter Newsletter 2015

Winter Newsletter 2015Welcome to this special Winter Edition of the Autism Network Scotland newsletter, Network News. This edition features information about a range of events and activities across the country which we hope you will find of interest.

This edition includes features a preview of the Scottish Strategy for Autism 4th Annual Conference at the University of Strathclyde, as well as a range of autism-friendly activities, including pantomimes, theatre, film screenings, Santa’s grottos, art exhibitions and much more.

The newsletter also includes updates on the recent activities of our friends at ARGH, SWAN, HOPE for Autism, and REACH Lanarkshire Autism.

You can also find full details of opening hours and activities at the autism one stop shops across Scotland.

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Network News October 2015

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Welcome to the October 2015 edition of the Autism Network Scotland newsletter, Network News.

This edition includes details of the newly-published final report on our Exploring Transitions: Digging Deeper series of events, which evidences the experiences of individuals across Scotland.

You can find information about the new web resource of the Autism & Employment Network which launches today at a learning event at the University of Strathclyde.

In addition, today sees the launch of the new North Lanarkshire Virtual Network and Facebook page which you can read about below. This newsletter also features details of the upcoming SWAN learning event, Health and Wellbeing for Women and Girls on the Autism Spectrum.

We have the latest news from Hamilton Academical FC’s new Football Fans in Training group, which is aiming to recruit fathers of autistic children, and a report on their recent Escape for Summer programme. You will also find information on autism-friendly film screenings around Scotland and much more besides.

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Network News August 2015

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Welcome to the August 2015 edition of the Autism Network Scotland newsletter, Network News.

This edition includes details of changes to the communications strategy of Autism Network Scotland (ANS); upcoming events from ANS and the National Autism Co-ordination Project; developments from our Autism & Employment Network; Hamilton Academical FC’s new Football Fans in Training group, which is aiming to recruit fathers of autistic children; the University of Stirling’s new Autism App; NHS Living Life Day; autism-friendly film screenings around Scotland and autism-related performances at the upcoming Edinburgh Fringe Festival; and much more besides.

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