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RMCH takes part in World Autism Awareness Day

"Autism affects one child in a hundred and is a lifelong developmental disability affecting communication and relationships. It also affects how they make sense of the world around them." (The National Autistic Society).

Royal Manchester Children's Hospital staff are taking part in World Autism Awareness Day 2013 by holding an event in the hospital's atrium so please come along and visit the display to find out about work within the organisation to improve pathways for patients with autism; for information and to take part in surveys.

So if your child has an out-patients appointment or they are an in-patient at the moment, visit the stand near the main entrance on Thursday 4th April between 10.00 am and 3.00 pm.