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Choice and Control

Posted by Roseann Connolly on Wednesday, July 25, 2018, In : Monthly Update 
Welcome to new Blogger Ishaan Sen.

Ishaan will be blogging on a number of issues that excite his interest.

Other News!

Our Summer ShinDig is taking place on the 2nd of August at Hounslow Youth Club, Kingsley Road, Hounslow 12 noon to 3pm.

Poetry, conversation, face painting and games - plus support from Poetical Word.  Good food - good company and good feelings All Welcome.

Look forward to seeing you. 


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Well-Being Networks

Posted by Roseann Connolly on Sunday, March 5, 2017, In : Monthly Update 


What Are Well-being Networks?

The term was coined in a research study done by the MPin Foundation between 2011 and 2013 in the South West of England and in one London Borough. A ‘wellbeing network’ describes the current connections in peoples’ lives not only through their social networks of friends, family, acquaintances, practitioners and colleagues, but also their connection to places they regularly visit and the activities they routinely do. 

Importantly, they are the connections that ...

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Watch Out Hounslow Autism Acceptance and Awareness

Posted by Roseann Connolly on Sunday, March 5, 2017, In : Monthly Update 


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4th March 2016 - Monthly Meeting Change

Posted by Roseann Connolly on Friday, March 4, 2016, In : Monthly Update 


Decisions made at last night's Management Meeting:
  • change our name from Adult Autism Hounslow to Autism Hounslow
  • revised the group's constitution to reflect that change
  • welcomed 4 new members to the management committee
Our aims remain the same: to develop networks of support for people on the autism spectrum and carers of people on the autism spectrum.

April is autism acceptance month and 8th April to 12th April is autism awareness week - in preparation for our campaign to promote autism acceptan...
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About Me


Roseann Connolly I am optimistic that autistic people of all ages, and their carers living in Hounslow will be able to get the services they need to develop and lead satisfying and rewarding lives free from stigma. I don't know how long this will take. We will work with health and social care professionals to develop our mutual understanding and knowledge of what needs to be done. We will not wait passively for services to be delivered to us but will take an active part in the development and where appropriate delivery of those services.

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