Welcome to ADRC

Whether you are seeking a diagnosis or have already been diagnosed, we can work with you to help improve your quality of life and your productivity, and help you to live a more engaged, safe and fulfilling life.

 

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National Autistic Society Awards 2016

Once again ADRC has been shortlisted for a National Autistic Society Award. ADRC is one of three finalists in the Outstanding Health Services Award category.  Winners will be announced at the Autism Professional Conference Awards Dinner in Telford on Tuesday 1st March 2016

Save the date

ADRC is organising a conference entitled Transition: Navigating the barriers along the Autistic journey. The conference will be on Tuesday 18th October 2016

More information will be published on our new website at the end of February.

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Seeking diagnosis for yourself?

Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder, affects people in many different ways and to varying degrees at different times in their lives. Because autism varies widely from person to person, making a diagnosis can be difficult.

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Seeking diagnosis for a family member or friend?

Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder, has an impact not just on those who have it, but also on family members, work colleagues and health and social care providers.

 

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Seeking diagnosis for a patient?

For adults with undiagnosed Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) the GP may well be their first point of contact with healthcare services. 

GPs in Wiltshire can make direct referrals to ADRC through Choose & Book and by downloading an  Appointment Request Form  Patients living in Wiltshire will be seen in Salisbury. 

In Oxfordshire the service can be accessed through Autism Oxford

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Useful links

Looking for useful links related to autism, or are you aware of one that might be useful to others?

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What is autism?

Autism is a pervasive developmental disorder.  The symptoms become apparent during infancy or early childhood and continue throughout a person’s life.  Children with autism become adults with autism.

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