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Free workshops and support groups on offer to parents and carers in Slough

Parents and carers living in the Borough of Slough can now register for free places at a series of autism training workshops taking place over the next two months. We are offering more Autism Seminars for Families courses, developed by the National Autistic Society; a workshop on Emotional Self-Regulation focusing on ways to help autistic children and
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Reading Buses’ Charity of Year partnership raises £11,700 for Autism Berkshire

We are pleased to announce that more than £11,700 was raised for Autism Berkshire during our time as Reading Buses’ 2018 Charity of the Year. A giant cheque for most of the money was presented to our Chief Executive Officer, Jane Stanford-Beale, by Reading Buses’ Chief Executive, Robert Williams, at a ceremony at the company’s
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Job opportunity for a Family Support Team Leader

Autism Berkshire has a job vacancy for a Family Support Team Leader to manage the team of staff responsible for delivering our range of advice, training and leisure activities across Berkshire and to support our chief executive officer in the running of the charity. We are looking for someone with previous experience of working in a family
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Wokingham parents can book for more free Autism Seminars workshops

Parents and carers of autistic children, or whose children are on the Berkshire CAMHS NHS waiting list for an autism assessment, living in the Borough of Wokingham can benefit from a series of Autism Seminars for Families workshops early in 2019. Running from January to March and free of charge, the courses look at different aspects
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Understand and adjust to make life work for autistic people, guest speaker tells Autism Berkshire AGM

Society needs to understand and adjust to allow autistic people to live in a way that works for them, rather than expecting them to fit in with other people’s way of doing things, autistic trainer and speaker Richard Maguire told Autism Berkshire’s 2018 AGM. Speaking at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Reading on Monday, November 26,
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