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All sorts of change represent a real challenge for many people with autism. So, in the Autumn 2009 of the NAS members’ magazine, Communication, we have features about making the transition from school to college, from college to work and on what support is available to help students with autism successfully make those changes.

The magazine’s front cover features two students at the NAS Sybil Elgar School in west London who are taking part in a project that will help support them in work placements during the next academic year. In turn, this should help them move into the world of work once they graduate.

Young people with autism need support through many other kinds of change, such as puberty, and there’s advice for parents on preparing their daughters for the onset of puberty and periods. Plus, we’ve set up discounts for NAS members on some products that will improve safety around the home. These offers will become a regular feature.

In the same issue…

We hear from mother Romany Wood-Robinson on how she worked closely with her son’s mainstream school to make it work for him – and we have a Government update from Diana Johnson, Minister at the Department of Children, Schools and Families.

There is advice on toileting and also information on how to apply for Disabled Students Allowance. We hear about a new NAS e-befriending scheme and our Chief Executive, Mark Lever, talks about taking the charity in a new direction.

All NAS members receive Communication every three months. Join the NAS now to get your copy of this and future issues of the magazine.

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