New SIGN Guidelines on Autism

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SIGN have developed a new booklet and you can access it from the link below or contact CHIP for a hard copy.

The booklet is for young people of high school age who may have autism, or have already been diagnosed with autism, and explains the advice for healthcare professionals on how to help people with autism.  It looks at:

assessment and diagnosis of autism, and what can help people with autism.

The Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) writes guidelines which give advice for healthcare professionals, patients and carers about the best treatments that are available. They write these guidelines by working with healthcare professionals, other NHS staff, patients, carers and members of the public.



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