Sheffield Autism Partnership: Key Documents

Department of Health guidance and other documents

Fulfilling and Rewarding Lives 2010, the strategy for adults with autism in England
Think Autism_2014  : fulfilling and rewarding lives, the strategy for adults with autism in England: an update.
Statutory Guidance March 2015 The latest Department of Health guidance for local authorities and health authorities.
Autism Progress Report January 2016 Progress Report on Think Autism: the updated strategy for adults with autism in England.
Autism_Self-Assessment Exercise_2016 : Detailed national report and thematic analyses June 2017. The report compares English local authorities’ self-assessed performance against key indicators in the national strategy on adult autism.
Autism_Self-Assessment Exercise 2016_Personal_Stories collected in the above exercise and published June 2017.

National Autistic Society guidance documents

Overview of the Strategy
Autism Strategy statutory guidance
Implementing the adult autism strategy: A guide for local authorities and local health bodies in England
It Involves Us : Enabling meaningful inclusion of adults with autism in the development of local autism plans

Sheffield City Council and Autism Partnership Documents

Joint Strategic Needs Assessments for Sheffield
 “Our Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (or JSNA for short) is the means by which we assess
the current and future health, care and wellbeing needs of the Sheffield population.”
Sheffield JSNA 2013-extract-on-Autism

Autism Self Assessments produced by Sheffield for Public Health England
These are Sheffield’s statements of how they think they are progressing on the national autism strategy:
Sheffield Autism Self-Assessment 2013
Sheffield Autism Self-Assessment 2014
Sheffield’s 2016 Autism Self Assessment is expected to be published in several months

Other Sheffield Autism Partnership Documents
Draft Sheffield APB Next Steps May 2017
Autism Partnership Survey Summary Report
Autism Reference Group Proposal March 2017
Draft Communication and Engagement Strategy
2016-2017 Autism Partnership Survey