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Community Resources

In response to the coronavirus outbreak, we are creating a number of support services for the Autism Community. This is to protect and support the good mental health of us all. These turbulent and unpredictable days have made our lives, as autistic people and families of autistics, even more difficult.  To this end, we are going to be coming forward with a range of support measures, the first of which is this list of useful resources.

London Autism Group Charity 
To support the Autism community's mental health during this coronavirus epidemic, the London Autism Group Charity have arranged for Lola Alvarez-Romano, a mental health expert and consultant NHS psychotherapist (with a specialism in working with autistic people and families. ) to join charity lead Dr Chris Papadopoulos and Trustee James Gordon for a public livestream this Friday (27th March) at 8.30pm - 9.30pm on the public London Autism Group Charity Facebook page.
Please feel free to join us live on the stream to ask her your questions and to benefit from the experience.

Online therapy service to offer free sessions across UK.

Help Hub aims to help vulnerable older people and others who are self-isolating or struggling

Source:The Guardian

Making A Difference
BBC Radio London are sharing help and information from organisations and individuals in your local area.


SEN Jungle Article:
Legal SEND advice concerning SEND appeals etc during the current period.

Source:SEN Jungle

List of useful links for home education
The resources at the top are inclusive resources, the ones in the second section are specific to the virus and the ones at the bottom of the page are aimed at mainstream and mixed audience.

Source:Jo Grace

Coping with uncertainty 
Resources, thoughts and tools on how to cope with uncertainty and the anxiety it generates.


Agony Autie- Autistic Advocate livestream
The wonderful Agony Autie talks about coping with uncertainty by using familiar sources of comfort.

Source:Agony Autie

My Story About Pandemics and the Coronavirus
Social Story by a well known consultant for Autistic people. 

Source:Carol Gray

Neurodiversity - Covid19 Support
Facebook Support Group for Neurodivergents, their parents, families and friends.

Source:Soumaya Bhyer

Autistic Youtubers
The following are links to video responses of various Autistic Youtubers to their experiences of the coronavirus.

Source:Purple Ella

Source:Purple Ella

Source:Sez Francis

Source:Life with Autism Ben

Source:Indie Andy