Workshops

 

New workshops 

 

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Information Services & Family Fun Day

NEW DATES TO CONFIRM FOR 2016

 

This will be held at TOOTING LEISURE CENTRE

  • Bouncy Castle
  • Soft Play
  • Art & Craft
  • Face Painting 
  • Soft Play Adventure  (call to secure your place - but need to be there by 1.15 to collect wristband for entry)

Find out more about the WAND Card and speak to other service providers from Wandsworth Borough Area.

 

 

PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS IN 2015

 

 

Growing up with Aspergers - Aged 16+ 

  • Special Help for Special Needs with Mark Brown, Jessie McQuilkin & Louis Morel - Mark Brown presentation offering realistic advice in helping your teenager and young adult deal with day to day living and two Wandsworth Asperger Males will share their experience living with Aspergers. 

 

Autism in the Church - Different Perspectives

  • Caroline Henthrone, James Dew and Keynote Speaker Ann Memmott and Venessa Bobb, the conference will highlight the different aspects of autism in the church.

 

SEN Parenting with Hannah Otto

  • Professional Mother to autistic son and co-founder to Autistic school in Ghana shares her experience of supporting parents at home in offering individualised programs tailor made around your child's needs.  

 

  • RainbowSibs with Lilian Cooper – Qualified Teacher specialising in ASD support 

 

  • Anti-Knife Awareness for families with children with Special Needs/Autism  - Jan 2016

 

  • Post 16+ Training–teaching, support staff, transport staff, governors, etc. - TBC

        

  • 10 week Programme – Yoga, Reflexology, Health & Wellbeing, Trauma Rehabilitation, Children Friendly Workshops, etc with Nicole Zimbler  - January/Feb 2016

 

  • Father Support with Mark Brown - 2016

 

  • Girls and Women on the Spectrum - 2016

 

  • Special Needs, Disabilities and Autism in the Church  - This workshops is a group of parents connecting together from different denominations to raise awareness amongst the church communities about inclusion and accessibility.  If you are in the church community or left church for whatever reason, whether you are a parent, carer or autistic adult,  reseachers  Naomi Jacob and Caroline Henthorne would like to hear from you. Both were late diagnosed with Aspergers and their research will help many individuals and families living with someone with a disability or on the spectrum - TBC
 
 
ALL WELCOMED
 

 

Donations kindly accepted

Parents/Carers £5.00

Students £10.00

 

Professionals £30.00
 

 

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Ages 0 - 19 years old