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Autistic children get chance to help create Jubilee artwork

Autism Berkshire and Reading-based creative arts charity Jelly have been awarded a grant from the Arts Council’s Let’s Create Jubilee Fund by Berkshire Community Foundation, to help ensure that creativity plays an important role in local community celebrations for Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this summer. The Let’s Create Jubilee Fund, supported by National Lottery
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Friday Lunch Break will run until summer

Parents and carers of autistic children and young people in Berkshire will be able to continue to get instant advice and chat at our free Friday Lunch Break online get-togethers until the summer. The Friday Lunch Break was launched during the coronavirus lockdown at the start of 2021 and proved so popular that we secured extra funding
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Celebrating Alert Card success and autism-friendly museum events

Reading’s museums joined forces with Autism Berkshire and Thames Valley Police for a joint celebration to mark the return of autism and neurodiversity-friendly special events at the museums and the expansion of the Thames Valley Autism Alert Card scheme. The event took place at The Museum of English Rural Life, part of the University of
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Walking group for autistic adults takes first steps

Autism Berkshire is launching a walking group, in response to requests from autistic adults. The first walk, on Tuesday, January 18, will start at 10.30am from the forecourt at the entrance to Maidenhead railway station, and follow a route through the south of the town and the Braywick Nature Reserve. It follows a successful trial
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