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Question and answer sessions with guest advisers on a wide range of subjects.

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  • Ask a Scope Navigate Parent adviser [CLOSED]
    Navigate provides one-to-one online and telephone support to parents who have a child going through diagnosis, or whose child has received a diagnosis of a disability, or acquired an impairment within the last 12 months. Navigate advisers will work with parents for six weeks, giving emotional and practical support, as parents start their journey as a parent of a disabled child. Welcome to our advisors Sara, Kate, Emma, Matt, Beverley, Felicity, Tom and Jenna.
    RSS Feed 4 discussions 27 replies Most recent: Welcome to Navigate - our new Parent Advisers by Adrian_Scope October 2019
  • Ask an Autism and Aspergers adviser [CLOSED]
    Hello we are Sparkle Sheffield - we are a charity who support children and young people with autism as well as their families. Ask us anything related to living with autism, diagnosis, education, siblings and family life with autism.
    RSS Feed 134 discussions 939 replies Most recent: Adult autism diagnosis by IrishManc July 2020
  • Ask a sleep expert [CLOSED]
    Hi everyone, we are Sleep Practitioners for Scope, here on the online community for two weeks between 10am and 11am starting Monday 16th Jan to help answer all your questions about sleep. Does your child have problems with settling, night wakings, early waking? Any sleep problems please just ask! Maxine and Angie
    RSS Feed 39 discussions 97 replies Most recent: Pain by Mol January 2017
  • Ask an Occupational Therapist [CLOSED]
    Jean Merrilees is an Independent Occupational Therapist, registered with the HCPC. She previously worked for Scope’s Information Service for 25 years, so has a wealth of experience in answering disability related queries. She welcomes questions about how to overcome barriers that hinder disabled people being able to do the things they need or want to do. Jean is only able to check for posts once a week so apologises in advance if there is a delay in responding.
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  • Ask a mental health adviser [CLOSED]
    Hello, I'm Mick I am 49 years old and was in the Royal Air Force for 15 years I returned to train as a Nurse in 2008. Since then, I have worked in Community Rehabilitation, Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment, Older Adults Mental Health, Acquired Brain Injuries Rehab, and Adults with Learning Disabilities for Priory Group. I have also experienced Mental Health problems in the past and can empathise and pass on knowledge to others to help them. Ask me questions about Mental Health.
    RSS Feed 39 discussions 481 replies Most recent: Being discharged by alisha22 August 2020
  • Ask a parenting adviser [CLOSED]
    I'm Kelly - blogger, Virtual Assistant and home educating mother of two. My six-year old daughter is autistic and goes to a special school, my 11-year old son is home educated. We have plenty of experience of autism, sensory processing issues, anxiety, mental health issues, home educating, EHCP process, autism diagnosis process, child care (I used to be an Early Years manager) and all the parenting things in between! Ask me anything you need to know about special needs and parenting now!
    RSS Feed 59 discussions 293 replies Most recent: Wanting the age to adopt a child to be 18 or 19 by Adrian_Scope May 2019

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