“Think Safe, Stay Safe” 5 Week Course for Autistic People aged 14 – 25 Years

Posted on: April 24th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Trainer – Mark Brown, Founder of Special Help 4 Special Needs

www.shsn.co.uk

The social world can be difficult and unsafe to navigate without the right understanding and knowledge. For autistic young people, often the finer aspects of the social world are not fully or appropriately explored so they are placed in a vulnerable position.


This 5-week course will be delivered by Mark Brown from Special Help 4 Special Needs. Mark has worked with people with special needs for over 30 years and in his role as Special Needs Advisor, has worked with a range of individuals with various special needs, including children and adolescents who have been diagnosed with Autism/Aspergers Syndrome

Please download our flyer for more information and further details of this course.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: April 9th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: April 9th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: April 9th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: April 9th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: April 9th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: April 9th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: April 9th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: April 9th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: April 9th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.