Mayday hopes the day will provide an alternative choice to residential schooling for all levels of learning disabilities, Aspergers Syndrome and those living with autism.
What does LWA stand for?
LWA stands for Living with Autism (various locations)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 52 other meanings of LWA in our Acronym Attic
- Lawrence Woodmere Academy (Woodmere, NY)
- Leaky-Wave Antenna
- Lee Weil Associates, Inc (Chicago, IL)
- Lee, Wei, Amato (Reliability Model)
- Left-Wing Alliance (politics)
- Lernen, Wissensentdeckung Und Adaptivität (workshop)
- Light Weight Aggregate
- Lightly Wounded in Action (historical battle terminology)
- Limited Work Authorization
- Little Witch Academia (anime)
- London Weighting Allowance (UK)
- Long Wavelength Array (US Navy)
- Lost Wages Assistance (unemployment assistance)
- Lottery Winners Anonymous (fictional support group from the TV show Life)
- Lungujja Women's Association (Uganda)
- Lake Wylie Athletic Association (Lake Wylie, SC)
- Land Withdrawal Amendment Act of 1992
- Large Wide Aperture Array
- Leaky-Wave Antenna Array
Samples in periodicals archive:
Personally, I know the struggles the families living with autism in this area face.
Coun Steve Bedser, Cabinet Member for Health & Wellbeing said: "This strategy represents a major step forward in terms of support and care for people across the city living with Autism.
To Curtis, photography is a freeing outlet of creativity and expression of how the world looks through one individual living with autism.
Byline: SARAH SCOTT A CHARITY helping families living with Autism are appealing for your help.
After an overview of the various disorders, such as autistic disorder, Asperger syndrome, Rett syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, and pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified, it covers causes and risk factors; symptoms, assessment, identification, diagnosis, and early interventions; associated conditions like communication difficulties, epilepsy, non-verbal learning disability, and genetic disorders; evidence-based behavior, communication, and biomedical interventions; educational guidelines; and living with autism and transitioning to adulthood, including housing and employment.
All proceeds will be donated to the Huddersfield Support Group for Autism, which is a voluntary help group for families and children who are living with autism.