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Funded by NHS England

Webinars looking at the cultural perspective in supporting African, Caribbean, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communites and Dual Heritage Community.  

NOTE: We would like to thank our speakers to joining us for this specialist program during COVID19. We will be updating the website with information about the speakers and where to find useful links, if in a crisis. 



Friday 27th November 2020 - 10.30 - 3.30pm 

Autism, Ethnicity & Race  

The Recording:


Thursday 3rd December 2020 - 10.30 - 12pm 

Better awareness and understanding of ethnicity and culture differences within African, Caribbean, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities for children and young people 0 - 25 

The Recording:


Friday 11th December 2020 - 10.30 - 2pm

Better awareness of girls and young women in particular at risk of being sectioned  -


Thursday 17th December 2020 - 10.30 - 2pm

Introduce early interventions strategies on how to avoid hospitalisation -


Thursday 7th January 2021 10.30 - 2pm

Reduce the numbers of children who are admitted to hospital or assessment and treatment units (ATUs) for care and treatment-


Thursday 14th January 2021 - 10.30 - 2pm

Looking at Care and Treatment Reviews (CTRs) perspective for African, Caribbean, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities -


Friday 15th January 2021 - 10.30 - 12.30pm

Non Violent Resistance -


Thursday 21st January 2021 - 10.30 - 2pm

Underlining issues leading to poor representation looking at health and inequalities -


Thursday 28th January 2021 - 10.30 - 3.30pm

Looking at information on eye, dental and hearing checks from 0 – 25, directed at the African, Caribbean, Asian and Minority Ethnic families to explain the importance of health checks -


Thursday 4th February 2021 - 10.30 - 3.30pm

Empower African, Caribbean, Asian and Minority Ethnic parents, during a smooth transitioning process from CYP to adulthood – looking at the family, cultural values and independence -


Thursday 11th February 2021 10.30 - 3pm

To encourage and support African, Caribbean, Asian and Minority Ethnic parents in how to transition - Young people to adulthood live independently within the community in making their own choices -



For more details, please contact:

Venessa or Hannah


For further information:







Bringing us Together - work with families who have (or have had) a child or young person in an Assessment & Treatment Unit.

They work with a core group of families and feed into several boards and consultations within NHS England.

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The Learning Disability Improvement standards for NHS trusts


Have developed new standards to help NHS trusts measure the quality of care they provide to people with learning disabilities, autism or both.



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Sibs - the only UK charity for children and adults who are growing up with or have grown up with a disabled brother or sister. We provide information, support and training on sibling issues for adult siblings, young siblings, parents and professionals.


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A2ndvoice are Wellbeing Champions for Hungry Little Minds will be running SEND/Autism Support Groups for under 5's