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Berkshire Adult Autism Support Service

Revised workshops for parents & carers of autistic adults on way

The Berkshire Adult Autism Support Service is running more free evening autism advice workshops for the parents and family carers of autistic adults in June. The aim of these sessions is to help participants increase their understanding of aspects of autism and their confidence when supporting their relatives. Please note that for you to be
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Berkshire Adult Autism Support Service

More free advice workshops for autistic adults on way

Autistic adults can get advice about aspects of autism and navigating daily life and social situations at another series of free online workshops from the Berkshire Adult Autism Support Service, starting next week. The aim of these sessions is to help participants to improve their understanding of autism and increase their self-confidence. Please note that
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Berkshire Adult Autism Support Service

Advice about support for adults available in Newbury

Autism Berkshire’s CEO, Jane Stanford-Beale, will be joining Graft Thames Valley, the Community Mental Health Team for West Berkshire and Sport in Mind at their monthly outreach advice session at Broadway House in Newbury this Friday, January 19. Jane will be available from noon to 1.30pm to advise autistic adults about how the Berkshire Adult
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Berkshire Adult Autism Support Service

Free workshops offer advice for autistic adults

Autistic adults can get advice about aspects of autism and navigating daily life and social situations at a series of free workshops from the Berkshire Adult Autism Support Service starting later this month. The aim of these sessions is to help autistic participants to increase their understanding of autism and increase their confidence. Please note
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Autistic mothers can help to improve maternity care

Autism Berkshire is working with the Royal Berkshire Maternity & Neonatal Voices Partnership to increase understanding of the experiences of maternity services of autistic mothers and those from minority communities, to improve care and support. The partnership is a parent-led NHS working group that aims to improve neonatal and maternity services provided by the Royal Berkshire Hospital
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