Transitions Without Tears

06th August 2020

2020 has been a year of massive upheaval and stress for everyone with changes we have never lived through before.

How can we use the best of our skills, abilities and knowledge of those we love to help us all get into new classes, new schools, new universities, new homes and a new reality in a way that builds our skills and strengths so we can cope with change better in an uncertain future?

This webinar will give you strategies and tools to help manage transitions without tears.

Date: 6 August 2020

Time: 10 - 11:30am

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Virtual Balloon Race – across the Sahara Desert

08th August 2020

We invite you to take part in an exciting new activity – a virtual Balloon race across the Sahara desert!

Purchase your balloons which will ‘virtually’ set off from Timbuktu across the Sahara Desert on Saturday 8th August at 12pm

Design your own balloon – you can pick the shape, colour, pattern, helium content, rubber thickness and even give it a name!

You can track your own personally designed balloon throughout the race – it’s great for children to join in

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The Amazing Strengths of Autistic Girls

20th August 2020

The outlook for unsupported and undiagnosed autistic girls and women is pretty bleak as they are least likely to be identified and diagnosed

Staying unsupported can have severe effects on their mental health and life prospects.

How does this happen, why does it matter, and how can understanding change everything? Whether this describes you, someone you love, or someone you support, this session will help you to understand and make a difference.

Date: 20 August 2020

Time: 10 - 11:30am

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Virtual Makaton Level 1 & 2

12th October 2020

Four morning sessions held via Zoom on 12, 14, 19, 21 October.  9am to 1pm

Professionals £138, parent/carers £75

Makaton has transformed the lives of children and adults with a range of different communication difficulties. It’s designed to support spoken language – signs are used with speech, in spoken word order to help children and adults to communicate.  

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