All Wales Virtual Autism Team
Resources which have been developed by the All Wales Virtual Autism Team:
Virtual Autism Team – Covid-19 Helpful Advice (Updated – May 2021):
Virtual Autism Team – Test, Trace and Protect (TTP): the process in Wales explained (May 2021):
Virtual Autism Team – Returning to School, Guidance for Parents/ Carers (March 2021):
Health Passport (Thank you HDUHB for reproduction)
Virtual Autism Team- Anxiety and Adolescents, 10 Top Tips (Feb 2021):
Virtual Autism Team – Useful Information – Vaccination (Jan 2021):
Virtual Autism Team – ‘A Good Night’s Sleep’ (Oct 2020):
Virtual Autism Team – What You Can Do:
Virtual Autism Team – Full List of Helpful Resources Arranged by Category:
National Autism Team & National Autistic Society Joint Work
A series of resources developed jointly with NAS.
Face Masks – Covering Letter:
Face Masks – Guidance:
Face Masks – Fact Sheet:
Face Masks – Print Inserts:
NAS also has a Covid-19 information page on their website:
Information for people with a co-occurring condition such as Learning Disability.
Supporting children with LD and ASD to cope with COVID-19 isolation:
SCLD COVID-19 Guided Self-help Booklet Series:
SCLD COVID-19 Introduction Booklet:
Well-being information for all ages.
Coronavirus Information and Advice:
Coronanxiety support & resources:
COVID-19 support resources:
Free courses to improve your understanding of the psychological impact of COVID-19:
Coronavirus and your Wellbeing:
© 2020 Rachel Cook, Adoption Service
A book written and illustrated by a staff member in the adoption service to help support children who may be anxious about returning to school during the pandemic:
Loss and Life for our children and schools post pandemic:
Resources for Parents/ Carers and Professional Workers during COVID-19:
Coronavirus help and information for people in Wales. Provides useful links for local area information, benefits, transport, and more:
UCL Self-Help Guides “Coping with Coronavirus”:
UCL Research “Autistic adults are in silent crises during the Covid-19 lockdown”:
Well-being and COVID-19 information for BAME communities in Wales.
BAME Helpline Wales:
Launching Risk Assessment to Support BAME Workers:
“Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) COVID-19 Socioeconomic Subgroup” Report:
Black Minds Matter is part of the Wandsworth Community Empowerment Network.
Talking About Mental Health in Asian Communities:
Supporting BAME Autistic People and their Families:
Well-being, health, and healing:
Racism and Mental Health:
COVID-19 information from key organisations such as Welsh Government and Public Health Wales.
Staying safe during the COVID-19 outbreak (easy read)
Carer and unpaid carers testing
Live Stream Broadcasts:
Travelling Safely Guidance for the Public:
Easy Read Poster “How to Get Tested for Coronavirus”:
Updated Advice on Coronavirus from the Technical Advisory Cell:
Delivery of Medicines:
Face coverings guidance for the public:
Top 10 Tips to support parents and carers of babies and young children (suitable from birth to 4) at home:
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COVID-19 information hub for families and children:
“Coronavirus and Me” survey results published:
Physical Distancing not Social Distancing:
Hospital Password / Health Passport:
“A health passport is a document that provides professionals with important information needed when caring for someone with a learning disability, long term health condition, mental health issues, or who is autistic whilst in hospital.
The document includes a traffic light system; Red– things you must know about me, Amber– things that are important to me, Green– My likes and dislikes.
Please click on the link below to access a generic health passport adapted from Hywel Dda University Health Board.
A Health Passport has also been developed by NAS, more information available on their website:
COVID-19 information page:
How Are You Feeling?
A Health Impact Assessment (HIA) of the “Staying at Home and Social Distancing Policy” in Wales:
Public Information Posters:
UK Government Response (Department of Health and Social Care):
Useful COVID-19 information for councils: