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Resources - Adult related
  • Hi
    I am creating a new topic for people to look for (and hopefully add to) any useful information links that might help other families or professionals. This thread should be used to add links that may be of interest if you are an adult with PDA, or are supporting an adult.
    Please add a description which gives some explanation as to where the resource is, and how it might be useful! You are also welcome to post book titles etc that are relevant to this category as well. Thank you
  • http://www.autism.org.uk/Products/Leaflets/My-hospital-passport.aspx

    Product number NAS995
    My hospital passport - for people on the autism spectrum
    Author
    The National Autistic Society
    Published by
    The National Autistic Society
    Description
    The autism hospital passport is a booklet designed to accompany the general notes that medical professionals refer to when treating a patient. It contains essential and useful information for professionals about the particular needs, likes and dislikes of a patient with autism, to make that patient’s stay more comfortable and reduce the incidence of distress or misunderstanding.

    A guidance booklet with instructions on how to complete the passport is also included.

    The passport was developed by NAS Vice President Baroness Angela Browning, with support from the NAS, the Department of Health and BT.

    First Publication
    2014

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