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Advice on national autism society?
Have you heard of a website called Nas national autism society in England and Scotland, because I'm considering using them when i move to Scotland, within a few months time, as i have a form of aspergers. Are they any good and do you know if they actually provide proper social skills to people with autism and aspergers?
Have you ever worked with nas, do you know about the staff and their training and if they have proper training in autism and if they've got qualifications, are a lot of the staff just volunteers, as I've heard some people mention this, are nas actually a high quality service, because i don't want to waste my time with them if they're not much help?
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