Our primary concern at PEACE is your wellbeing. We want to promote your ‘Discovery’ journey. We want you to learn and share with others what makes you special, what your strengths are and how to promote them. Have a look at some resources below on promoting your wellbeing.
Brief individual wellbeing record designed to provide healthcare professionals with important information about the person when supporting or treating them.
Booklet designed to provide healthcare professionals with important information about the patient when supporting or treating them.
This resource allows people to explore how their autism impacts them day-to-day and helps them to recognise strengths.
Highlights the importance of positive communication and how it can help us change the way we feel about certain situations and create a more positive view of ourselves. There are also suggested activities to help practice positivity.
Sometimes it can be overwhelming when people tell you what you need but leave out the why. We have developed some useful blogs which break it all down for you and explain why you need to eat from certain groups and HOW you can manage that in a manageable way your nutritional journey. Here are a few helpful resources below.
Why do we need food from all the food groups? And how much do we need?
How to increase variety in foods which may have been avoided.
Examples of how three individuals challenged themselves with what or where they ate and how they did it.
This blog post aims to provide dietetics with a greater understanding of the development of the PEACE care pathway and how dieticians can support.
We understand that autistic people can have sensory sensitivities and that this can be poorly understood. We want to help you and those supporting you understand your sensory experiences and know how to work with them in positive ways.
Combines basic information about the senses with tools to help patients explore their sensory preferences and strategies. Includes instructions for creating a sensory wellbeing box.
We also recognise that not every autistic person with an Eating Disorder has had the same experiences as each other and there are some underrepresented voices of minority groups that may need extra support. We want you to know that we at PEACE see you and want to hear from you!
What do eating disorders in men look like and how are they treated?
This article aims to build more of an understanding of the challenges faced by autistic people in BAME groups with eating disorders and the support available