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The Scottish Strategy for Autism: engagement analysis

Published: 26 Mar 2018

This document is the analysis of the autism strategies engagement exercise which took place from October to December 2017.

Contents
The Scottish Strategy for Autism: engagement analysis
Appendix B – Organisational Respondents

Appendix B – Organisational Respondents

ARGH (Autism Rights Group Highland)
ASK North East
Autism Argyll
Autism Awareness Aberdeen
Autism in Fife
AUTISM RESOURCE CENTRE ( ARC)
Autism Resources Coordination Hub ( ARCH) - South Lanarkshire
Bellahouston Academy,
Catesbi C.I.C.
Central Advocacy Partners
Children in Scotland
Connected Kids ltd
Disability Shetland
Down's Syndrome Scotland
East Lothian Autism Assessment Team
East Park
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership
Grampian Opportunities
Hillhead High School
HOPE for Autism
Language & Communication Resource Drumchapel
Lead Scotland
Lothian Autistic Society
Mearns allsorts
Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland
National Autistic Society
National Campaign to get PDA recognised by the healthcare professionals
NHS Forth Valley
North Lanarkshire Council, social work services
Partners in Play
PASDA
Pediatric Autism Team - NHS
Project SEARCH - Edinburgh College
REACH Lanarkshire Autism
Redcroft Care Services
Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership
Royal College of General Practitioners
Safespace
Scottish Autism
Scottish Care
Scottish Independent Advocacy Alliance
Shining Stars ASN Theatre School
Speak Out Advocacy Project
Sport Aberdeen
St George's School for Girls - Edinburgh
St Joseph's Academy East Ayrshire Council
St. Sophia's Primary School
Step One Training and Development
Stoa school
Strathclyde autistic society
SWAN: Scottish Women's Autism Network
The Tennis Aces
Thistle Foundation
Turning Point Scotland
Values Into Action Scotland
West Lothian Council


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