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Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Complex Recovery, Advice and Consultation Service

The Complex Recovery Assessment and Consultation (CRAC) Service in Cheshire and Wirral works to enhance existing care pathways by utilising expertise and specialist skills in complex care management. The team also captures on-going audit data looking at detailed analysis of variance leading to prolonged or repetitive use of acute care. Read more »

Think Autism Autism Innovation Fund

The government has made £1.2 million of funding available to improve local autism services and increase awareness. The funding is available as part of Think Autism, the update to the 2010 Adult Autism Strategy for England. Read more »

Autism hospital passport Autism hospital passport

This resource published by the National Autistic Society aims to help people with autism who might need hospital treatment to communicate their needs to doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. Read more »

It involves us It involves us

This guidance produced by the National Autistic Society aimes to help local authorities better involve people with autism in their local planning and implementation. Read more »

Think Autism Think Autism

‘Think Autism’ is the Government’s update to ‘Fulfilling and Rewarding Lives’, the 2010 adult autism strategy. It sets out a clear programme that government departments will be taking to improve the lives of people with autism. Read more »

Push for Action Push for Action

The ’Push for Action’ campaign, led by the National Autistic Society, involves campaigners at a local and national level to call for accelerated delivery and improved local implementation of the adult autism strategy to ensure adults with autism get the support they need. Read more »