Parents and carers of older autistic teenagers and young adults in the west of Berkshire can find out about help and activities available from the new Berkshire Adult Autism Support Service at a free Transition to Adulthood workshop from the Berkshire West Autism & ADHD Support Service.
The workshop is taking place online on Thursday, February 23, from 7pm to 8.30pm
It will feature a presentation from Autism Berkshire’s chief executive officer, Jane Stanford-Beale, about the advice and support now available to autistic adults in the county, plus time for questions.
- This event is open to parents and carers of young people aged 15 to 25 who have a diagnosis of autism, or are on the waiting list for a Berkshire CAMHS assessment, and are registered as a patient with a GP surgery that is part of the Berkshire West NHS area, which serves Reading, Wokingham and West Berkshire.
Click here for more details and to register for free places at this workshop.
And the parents/carers of autistic teenagers and young adults aged 18+ living in Berkshire can get free face-to-face advice at new monthly sessions taking place at venues in the Reading and Maidenhead town centres.
Click here for more details of these sessions for parents/carers. The next ones are in Maidenhead on Tuesday, February 28, and in Reading on Monday, March 27.