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Staying Safe on Social Media course helps autistic adults to navigate online world

Autistic men aged 19+ living in Windsor & Maidenhead and Slough are being invited to attend a free course about staying safe online, which starts next week. The course is divided into two sessions, taking place in consecutive weeks. The first session is on Thursday, April 26, from 6pm to 8pm, at Braywick Heath Nurseries, in Braywick
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Updated leisure activities information now available

Details of forthcoming Autism Berkshire leisure activities, including trampolining and some of our youth groups, are now available. Dates have been fixed for the rest of 2018 for sessions of the Reading Games Club for autistic children aged eight to 15 and their siblings, and of the Level Up Club for autistic young people aged
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Family Seminars on offer again to parents and carers of autistic children in Berkshire

Free places can now be booked for the first of our new series of Autism Seminars for Families to support parents and carers of children – whether they have a diagnosis of autism or are on the Berkshire CAMHS waiting list for an assessment. The seminars, which are free of charge to participants, have been
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Busy week raising awareness and understanding of autism across Berkshire

Autism Berkshire’s team has been out and about during Autism Awareness Week 2018 at a series of events to increase awareness and understanding of autism. We made an early start on Wednesday last week with a training workshop in Reading for professionals, led by Berkshire autism advocate Carly Jones, looking at safeguarding for autistic girls. And
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Join us at Autism Awareness Week 2018 activities across Berkshire

Next week is Autism Awareness Week 2018 and Autism Berkshire will be out and about across the county to improve understanding and acceptance of autism among the public. We made an early start with an information stand at The Oracle Centre in Reading yesterday, pictured above, but there is plenty more to come over the next
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