Don't Leave Them Behind

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Welcome to Don’t leave them behind which aims to become a leading voice for persons with ASD. Our objective is simply to improve the lives of all persons on the Autism Spectrum and to support the families and friend of people with Autism.

We are a campaigning platform which will highlight the actions required to ensure that people with autism never fall so far behind that they can never catch up.

 

We will provide parents and carers with up to date quality information and resources.

 

We want to create a community of advocates who will support parents who advocate on a daily basis for the family members with ASD.
Don’t leave them behind will highlight issues that involve the lack of provision of adequate and appropriate services for people with autism.

EDUCATION

At least 25 hours a week on-on-one all year round early education intervention is vital for children with autism and speech and language therapy is vital supported by occupational therapy. Our platform will provide daily updates on new and emerging educational techniques as they arise.

 

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UNDERSTANDING

Our site will provide our users with a thorough understanding of ASD and best practice approaches. We will provide evidence-based strategies that meet the needs of children and adults with autism. We will create an online discussion forum for autistic people their families and  autism professionals supporters. 

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SUPPORT

Don’t leave them behind have built a user base that is available to advise families and persons with ASD on all aspects around dealing with ASD and associated matters. We will find relevant experts and professionals from within our community which will provide a source for advice and information.

 

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RECENT NEWS

Little or no support for Carers – 4 Ministers later !

A Dail Committee was informed that persons with disabilities and their cares received little of no support from the service providers during the 5 months of the COVID 19 Pandemic with 4 Ministers responsible for Disabilities one wonders what are these Ministers and the Government doing >

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