Category Archives: Youthclub

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Leisure activity details for Reading and Wokingham in 2017-18 now available

Autism Berkshire’s 2017-18 programme of leisure activities is taking shape. Details of sessions until March next year of the Reading Games Club, for children and teenagers with autism aged 8 to 15, or who are on the waiting list for diagnosis – plus their siblings – and the Wokingham Youth Group, for 8 to 17-year-olds,
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Get trampolining dates for summer term in your diary

The dates of our trampolining sessions for children and teenagers with autism aged four to 18 in Reading and Bracknell until July are now available. Trampolining is recognised to be a good way to encourage people with autism to get exercise and helps to improve motor skills and strengthen muscles. All the places at our
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Youth groups go ten-pin bowling for half-term sessions

Our youth group members can enjoy special sessions to go bowling this week for the school half-term holiday. The Windsor & Maidenhead Youth Group will be off to Tenpin Bowling Maidenhead tomorrow, Tuesday, October 25, while the Slough Youth Group will be at Absolutely Ten Pin in Slough on Saturday, October 29. Both sessions will run from
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Popular youth groups need more volunteer helpers

High numbers of children attending Autism Berkshire’s range of youth groups around the county mean we need more volunteers to work alongside the group leaders. We launched new youth groups for children with autism and their siblings in Bracknell, Slough, Windsor and Wokingham earlier this year, to build on the popularity of our long-established Games
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Volunteer’s marathon effort boosts Bracknell CAYP Group

Children and teenagers who attend Autism Berkshire’s Bracknell CAYP youth group will soon be able to enjoy lots of new games, thanks to the fundraising efforts of David Blackburne. David, 28, from Bracknell, is an adult living with autism who likes to keep busy and volunteers at the group. He is also a keen runner
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