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  • Patterns of behaviour - stereotyped/repetitive movements - motor/objects/speech

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  • Patterns of behaviour - Restricted or fixated interests

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  • Reciprocal social interaction - Social-emotional reciprocity | Royal College of Psychiatrists

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  • Latest NHS data shows sharp rise in waiting times for first autism appointment

    Latest NHS data shows sharp rise in waiting times for first autism appointment, The College has raised concerns about a huge gap in NHS resources for specialist autism services, had an appointment for suspected autism had, on average, waited almost ten months since their first, autism had waited on average nine months (295 days) following their initial referral. Adults had faced, for access to specialist autism services can have a particularly bad effect on children and young people, who may be relying on an autism diagnosis to receive much-needed special educational needs support

  • Reciprocal social interaction - Friendship and deficits in developing, maintaining and understanding relationships | Royal College of Psychiatrists

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  • S19 The potential consequences of Mental Health Act (MHA) reforms in England and Wales on people with intellectual disability and/or autism (PwID/A) – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    S19 The potential consequences of Mental Health Act (MHA) reforms in England and Wales on people with intellectual disability and/or autism (PwID/A) – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Health Act changes for people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism in England- an overview, with intellectual disabilities and/or autism in England- the patient perspective Dan Scorer, Royal, disabilities and/or autism in England- the psychiatrists viewpoint Inder Sawhney, Hertfordshire NHS, for people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism in England Samuel Tromans, Leicester University

  • Mental health information in Spanish

    difficulties Autismo y Síndrome de Asperger - Autism & Asperger's syndrome Preocupaciones y ansiedades

  • Senior Quality Improvement Advisor x3

    The role Here at the National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health, we deliver a number of national quality improvement (QI) programmes to enable the delivery of high-quality, equitable, mental health care. We are looking to recruit to three Senior Quality Improvement Advisors for our exciting new QI programme to improve the culture of care on Mental Health, Learning Disability and Autism inpatient wards in England. This is an opportunity to be part of an ambitious, high-profile

  • Quality Improvement Coach x6

    The role Here at the National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health, we deliver a number of national quality improvement (QI) programmes to enable the delivery of high-quality, equitable, mental health care. We are looking to recruit to six additional coaches for our exciting new QI programme to improve the culture of care on Mental Health, Learning Disability and Autism inpatient wards in England. This is an opportunity to be part of an ambitious, high-profile programme aiming to support

  • Quality Improvement Data Analyst

    The Role Here at the National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (NCCMH), we co-produce and develop evidence-based guidance, standards, workforce competences and quality improvement initiatives to enable the delivery of high-quality, equitable, mental health care. We are looking to recruit to a new role to support our exciting new QI programme to improve the culture of care on Mental Health, Learning Disability and Autism inpatient wards in England. You will be used to working under

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