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Post date: May 5, 2015 9:07:37 AM
Hope you all had a lovely long weekend.
We had a great Coffee Morning last Thursday morning. It was lovely to see Parents and Grandparents getting involved. Maria from Cerebra joined us and shared some great information about Cerebra lending library including sensory pods, Cerebra 'Will Grants', Holiday trusts and much more. I will add the information to my Blog to keep you informed.
Please see attached flyers on Cerebra Holiday home, Wills and Trusts and Cerebra Library.
or click on the link to look at the Cerebra website.
Maria is going to come back to Hinderton in September and I will keep you posted on dates.
FREE PARENT COURSES
TIME FOR CHANGE!
THURSDAY 7th MAY, 1.00pm - 3.00pm for 8 weeks
A confidence building course that will help you to:-
Believe in yourself!
Understand your talents!
Make that positive change to your life!
> To book a place ring 0151 356 6970
>Chester Healthy Living Centre
> Ground Floor, Plas Dinas
> Blacon Point Road
PARENT CARER BREAK
Priority for parent carers living in the Ellesmere Port area
Date: Weds 20th May
Time: 09:30-12:30 (approx)
Enjoy something a little bit different! A chance to drum with a group of parent carers - time to chill and chat - coffee upon arrival and lunch provided.
Venue: Labrynth Room - Trinity Methodist Church, Ellesmere Port
> Website: www.lhlc.co.uk
The Autism Show – London, Birmingham and Manchester!
A fantastic event for everyone to go to, parents and professionals!
A great chance to see what services are out there, different support networks, books and sensory toys; along with the chance of seeing some brilliant speakers.
This is definitely worth the trip to go and have a look around.
JUNE 12-13 LONDON
JUNE 19-20 BIRMINGHAM
JUNE 26-27 MANCHESTER
Click on the link below for more details on all three venues and to book your tickets.
NAS AGM- July 2015
This year at the Annual General Meeting Alex Lowery is giving a talk.
Alex was diagnosed with Autism at the age of 4, he had delayed speech, struggled with social situations and had sensitivities to clothes , noises and lights.
Alex now a young man is professional speaker and trainer raising the awareness of autism, he has recently written a book about his early childhood memories which is soon to be published.
Click on the link below to find out more information.
That's all for this week.
If you need information, support or a chat contact me on:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 0151 338 2200