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Workshops for parents and carers still have free places available

Parents and carers still have time to book free places on a number of training workshops we are running next week.

A pre-assessment workshop for those living in the west of Berkshire is taking place at Calcot on Monday, providing information and signposting advice to families with children aged 5+ who are on the Berkshire CAMHS waiting list for an autism spectrum assessment.

On Wednesday, there is still space available on the following courses:

Wokingham: Mental Health First Aid, to help parents support children aged eight to 18. Please note this is a two-day course, running on Wednesday and Thursday. Participants must be available to attend both days of the course and must live in the Borough of Wokingham

Windsor: NAS Family Seminar on Understanding Autism, for parents and carers of children aged between five and 11 who have been diagnosed with an autism spectrum condition (ASC). A further seminar, on Meeting Sensory Needs, will take place in Windsor in February.

Slough: Supporting Teenagers with Autism, with Iona Wood, a speech and language therapist, offering tailored advice focusing on communication, social skills and mental health. This workshop is support parents and carers of children aged 11+ with autism spectrum conditions who were diagnosed while attending nursery or primary school and now attend a mainstream secondary school.

Click here for full information about all these workshops and all our other forthcoming courses for parents and carers across Berkshire and details of how to register for places.