Autism Awareness Week 2nd -8th April
Post date: Mar 30, 2016 1:11:27 PM
Don't forget to attend the Autism Day Fundraiser arranged by one of our Hinderton Families.
Saturday 2nd April 3-5pm at Hope Farm Community Centre
Hope Farm Community Centre
Bridge Meadow, Hope Farm Road
Get Your Blue on Buildings!
World Autism Awareness Day is mainly celebrated all over the world by various buildings and landmarks turning blue on the evening of 2nd April every year. The famous landmarks that like to take part include the Eiffel Tower, Empire State Building, Big Ben, Sydney Opera House and many many more!
Autism Together are keen to keep up with the world wide tradition and we have been working hard to encourage various buildings and landmarks in the Northwest to light up blue for one evening to show their support and help raise awareness.
- Rainbow Resource Centre
- Oak House (our main office in Bromborough)
- Fort Perch Rock – New Brighton
- Queens Royal – New Brighton
- Bidston Lighthouse
- Leasowe Lighthouse
- Hoylake Lighthouse
- St George’s Hall – Liverpool
- West Wallasey Building
- Christ the King Church – Bromborough
- Wallasey Central Library
- Cheshire Oaks – Visitor Centre
Autism Friendly Activities
Have you ever been to a restaurant, hairdressers,shop, leisure centre or anywhere and wished they were more aware of autism?
We would like to hear from you......
Have you been to a hairdressers that are really good with your child.
A local dentist, coffee shop, or retail outlet.
Let us know about autism friendly places you visit over the
Spring Break and we can let other families know about them
here on the Blog.