Doctors appointments are now available until 10pm to all patients across Portsmouth Monday to Saturday at the Lake Road Health Centre Surgery in Nutfield Place, Portsmouth PO1 4JT. The new service also offers urgent same-day appointments until 10pm every day of the year. If you require an appointment outside of your surgery's working times you should contact your normal Doctor's surgery to be put through to the late night service. The new hub surgery will have access to all your medical records so the Doctor or nurse you see will know about your medical history and any drugs you are currently taking. The Lake Road Health Centre has [...]
Supermarket chain Morrisons is to introduce a quiet hour in its stores every Saturday 9-10am with no music, reduced in-store announcmeents and reduced trolley movements. The initiative is being introduced for customers who prefer a quiet shopping experience. The has been created with the support of the National Autistic Society - many people who are autistic or those with autistic children can find shopping in a supermarket an anxious experience. Portsmouth News - Morrisons launches ‘quiet hour’ to help autistic customers in Portsmouth, Gosport and Horndean Morrisons has shops in Portsmouth at the Victory Retail Park and on Anchorage Road.
We would like to invite you to the next meeting of the Portsmouth Community Autism Forum this Friday, 6 July 2018, 10am – 12pm. The meeting will take place at the John Pounds Centre, 23 Queen Street, Portsmouth PO1 3HN (www.johnpoundscentre.co.uk) John Pounds is a short distance from the Hard bus interchange and Portsmouth Harbour station – see map on John Pounds website. If you are coming by car and require parking please contact me – parking is available at a reduced rate in the roads near John Pounds or you can park at the Healthwatch Portsmouth carpark in St Georges Square which is a short walk [...]
The next meeting of the Portsmouth Autism Community Forum will be on Friday 6 July 2018 10am-12pm at the John Pounds Centre, 23 Queen St, Portsmouth PO1 3HN. Parking permits are available for the roads near the Centre or you can park at the Healthwatch Portsmouth offices which are a short distance from John Pounds – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for parking arrangements.
Summary of Portsmouth City Council's Autism Strategy's 15 priority areas
Thank you to everyone who attended the first Portsmouth Autism Community Forum meeting on Friday 18 May 2018. See
John Harris - How do you solve the trickiest problems in the workplace? Employ more autistic people - The Guardian 9 October 2017
We would like to invite you to the first meeting of the Portsmouth Autism Community Forum on Friday 18 May 2018 to be held at Learning Links 3 St Georges Business Centre, St Georges Square, Portsmouth PO1 3EY. The meeting will run 10:30-12:30. Coffee, tea and refreshments will be available throughout. The Autism Community Forum will be a place where people with autism, their families and carers can meet with service providers such as the council, health services and support groups. We want your views and for you to have your say to make services in Portsmouth better. Healthwatch Portsmouth are working with the council on this [...]
BBC - Why shouldn't I be autistic and a student? www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-43912447
Portsmouth News - Port Solent curry house is first autism-friendly restaurant in Portsmouth www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/port-solent-curry-house-is-first-autism-friendly-restaurant-in-portsmouth-1-8440086