Patients are still waiting too long for counselling and other talking therapies, say mental health experts, despite wide recognition of their benefits.
We must maximise the potential, participation and inclusion of people living with autism throughout their lives and at the same time provide support to their families.
A survey conducted for Ambitious about Autism’s Schools Report 2013 found that the amount and quality of support and training offered to teachers, who teach pupils with autism, is not up to the same standards as it was a year ago.
Giving autistic children treatment based on improving their sensory difficulties could help them to better make sense of the world around them, a new study has suggested.
A person was found naked in the grounds of a specialist school for children with autism during a health watchdog inspection, a report says.
Depression is the second most common cause of disability worldwide after back pain, according to a review of research.
Autism campaigner and advocate Anna Kennedy is appealing for feedback and participation from parents to a survey that she plans to present to the Houses of commons.
Autism can be identified in babies as young as two months, early research suggests.
Number of children with special needs falls by 70,000 after government crackdown on parents wrongly trying to claim extra funds.
A new £45 million unit to help children with autism and learning difficulties is to be built in Northampton.