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Our goal is to create a supportive and empathic environment for a individuals with anxiety which also means a place where we don’t tolerate behavior that is harmful to others.Our rules are designed to support the creation of an inviting environment to meet new people, share coping strategies and participate in vibrant discussions. Here is a list of rules which if violated, may result in a Member or User being removed from a chat room or permanently banned from using Anxiety UK.If you live under the same roof as your immediate or extended family members, you probably don't live in a HMO.People who live in HMOs are covered by specific laws about safety.They offer a telephone help line, parent support groups in Carrickfergus, Craigavon, and Dungannon, they also run advocacy services and social groups for children and young people and run social outings and groups for adults, teens and 20’s.W: Autism NI (formerly PAPA) A parent led partnership organisation, the main areas of work are family support, information and advice, training, awareness raising, helpline, resource centre, political lobbying and research W: Autism NI Branches and Support Groups The National Autistic Society (NI) They offer a range of services for children and adults with autism spectrum disorders and their families.
Autism Network NI (formerly Aspergers Network) Charity set up by Parents/carers and those with Aspergers syndrome.
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You live in a house in multiple occupation (HMO) if you live in a house or flat with at least two people who aren't members of your family.
Family members are immediate relations including mother, father or sibling and extended relations including aunt, uncle, niece or nephew.
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If a landlord lets a property to 3 or more people from 2 or more families, the property becomes a House of Multiple Occupation (HMO).