Category Archives: Event

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Friday Lunch Break switches to fortnightly sessions

Our free Friday Lunch Break online get-togethers for parents and carers of autistic children and young people in Berkshire are switching to a fortnightly schedule for the rest of this year. The Friday Lunch Break gives parents and carers an opportunity to chat, share issues and ideas and get advice in a friendly and informal
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Have your say about autism-friendly museums

Do you or your family attend autism-friendly and quiet hour type events and activities at museums and similar venues? The Museum of English Rural Life (The MERL), which is part of the University of Reading, and Reading Museum are currently reviewing their autism-friendly programmes post-Covid and want to find out about changes or improvements autistic
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Speakers cover range of autism-related topics in conference presentations and workshops

Parents, carers and professionals can hear from autism specialists and an autistic advocate and get expert advice at new workshop sessions at our All About Autism 2020 conference in Slough on Tuesday, March 31, during World Autism Awareness Week. Dr Fiona Knott, who is again our opening speaker, will talk about her latest work on Autism and Anxiety and offer
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2020 Henley Choir Festival raises funds for Autism Berkshire

We are delighted to announce that Autism Berkshire will be the charity beneficiary of the 11th annual Henley Choir Festival, which takes place later this month. The festival, featuring a number of local choirs, takes place at the town’s St Mary’s Church, pictured above, in Hart Street, on the evening of Saturday, January 25, at 7pm. In
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AGM and Fun Day gives members chance to have say about Autism Berkshire services

Autism Berkshire’s 2019 AGM will be held in conjunction with our next Members’ Family Fun Day at the Thames Valley Adventure Playground on Sunday, September 22. We are combining the two events, as we want to focus at this year’s Annual General Meeting on services for families and how we can develop these in the future, so want
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