Tag Archives: Bracknell

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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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David conquers Giant Inflatable Obstacle Run challenge to raise funds for our Bracknell adult social group

David Blackburne, a member of our Bracknell adult social group and a keen athlete, took part in a Giant Inflatable Obstacle Run at Newbury Showground to raise funds for the group. Competitors tackling the 5k course on Sunday, October 29, had to negotiate 10 giant inflatable obstacles of all shapes and sizes. After completing the
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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 still have free places available

Is your child on the Berkshire CAMHS waiting list for an autism assessment? Do you want advice on what support is available while you wait for an appointment? We still have places available at free pre-assessment workshops for parents and carers in towns across Berkshire over the next couple of weeks. They run for two-and-a-half hours
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Helping hands and tombola prizes needed for our stall at first Bracknell Rocks Autism fun day

Autism Berkshire will have a fundraising and information stall at the Bracknell Rocks Autism fun day next week and we are looking for volunteers to staff the stall and donations of prizes for our tombola. The event is at the Bracknell Town football ground, in Larges Lane, on Saturday, June 24, from 1pm until late,
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Free Pre-Assessment Workshop places available at seven venues across Berkshire

We have places available at a series of free Pre-Assessment Workshops for parents and carers with children aged 5+ who are waiting for a Berkshire CAMHS autism assessment, taking place at seven locations around the county before the school summer holidays start. The half-day workshops are as follows: Slough (at the YES Shop in the Queensmere shopping
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Relaxation classes for children with autism and their parents still available on fee-paying basis

The grant to Autism Berkshire which allowed us to provide relaxation classes for parents and children free of charge has come to an end but teacher Katia Cornwall, pictured, is continuing to offer them privately. They are available in Windsor, Bracknell and Slough. Katia, who also leads our Windsor & Maidenhead Youth Group, is a certified Yoga,
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Steph and Nathan step out on fundraising walk to support our Bracknell Adult Social Group

Steph Guest and Nathan Ross, who are members of our Bracknell Adult Social Group, completed an eight-mile sponsored walk on Sunday to raise funds for the group. So far they have collected £145 in sponsorship and donations towards a £170 target they set themselves. Donations can still be made online at Steph’s Justgiving page. Their route
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Sponsor Stephanie’s walk to raise funds for our Bracknell Adult Social Group

Stephanie Guest, who attends our Bracknell Adult Social Group, is doing a sponsored walk on Sunday, June 4, to raise funds for the group. She has set herself the target of raising £170, with more than £80 pledged already online. When other sponsorship is added, the current total she has raised so far is more than
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