Help for Helpline

19th September 2003 at 01:00
The National Autistic Society's advocacy for education service is looking for volunteers to join its telephone helpline. The service aims to give parents of autistic children the most appropriate education for their child. It has already helped more than 3,000 families to make informed choices and to understand their rights and entitlements. Volunteers receive training and support to work from home. To find out more, call 020 7903 3664 or email .

NAS at Nasen: Stand 111

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