Category Archives: Workshops

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Pre-assessment workshops across Berkshire still have free places available

Free places are still available in the run-up to Easter at pre-assessment workshops we are providing for parents and carers of children aged 5+ who are on the Berkshire CAMHS waiting list for an autism assessment. The workshops offer advice and strategies to help families while they wait for an appointment, including: A look at autism
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Free Pre-Assessment Workshop places available at six venues across Berkshire

Free places are available at forthcoming pre-assessment workshops for parents and carers of children aged 5+ who are on the Berkshire CAMHS waiting list for an autism assessment. The workshops offer advice and strategies to help families while they wait for an appointment, including: A look at autism and sensory issues Ideas to help communication and
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More Positive Thinking workshops for parents and carers on the way

More free Positive Thinking workshops for parents and carers of children with autism will be provided by Autism Berkshire in 2018. They focus on ways to enjoy the moment, see the positives in life and to set realistic goals for yourself or those you support. We will be running two workshops at RISC (Reading International Solidarity Centre) in London Street,
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New workshops focus on safeguarding autistic girls

Autism Berkshire is delighted to announce a series of new workshops about safeguarding autistic girls, led by Berkshire-based autism advocate Carly Jones. The workshops, for autistic girls living in Berkshire, their parents and carers and professionals who work with them, will draw on material from Carly’s autistic girls-specific online safeguarding course called Boundaries, Bodies, Abuse and Reporting
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Internet course helps autistic adults in Bracknell stay safe online

Autistic adults living in the Bracknell Forest area are being invited to attend a free workshop about Staying Safe on the Internet next week. The evening workshop is on Wednesday, November 15, from 6.30pm to 9pm, at the Willows and Maples Children’s Centre, in Priestwood Court Road, Bracknell, where our adult social group meets. It will be an informal and interactive event,
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Pre-Assessment workshops move to new venue in Wokingham

Our Pre-Assessment Workshops for parents and carers in Wokingham are moving to a new venue next month. Starting with the session on Wednesday, November 1, they will be held in St Paul’s Church, at 32 Reading Road, Wokingham, just across the street from the town’s youth centre, which was the location for recent workshops. Please note
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More Autism Seminars for Families on offer to parents and carers in Bracknell and Slough

Autism Berkshire is pleased to be able to provide a new series of free Autism Seminars for Families for parents and carers living in the Bracknell Forest area. They can now register for free places at workshops taking place early next year. The courses, developed by the National Autistic Society, were all fully booked when we
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Pre-assessment workshops for parents of children waiting for autism assessment return for autumn

Autism Berkshire’s new season of free pre-assessment workshops for parents and carers starts next month, delivering tailored support in towns throughout Berkshire. If your child has just been placed on the Berkshire CAMHS waiting list for an autism assessment and you are you looking for information about what support is available while you wait for an appointment,
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Supporting Teenagers with Autism workshops offer advice on social skills and mental health matters

Autism Berkshire is running a new series of free workshops for parents and carers of teenagers with autism living in Berkshire this autumn. Led by specialists from the Centre for Autism at the University of Reading, the workshops will look at a range of issues to help parents support their teenage children. Social skills, relationships and communication will
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