The Curly Hair Project is holding a relaxed and informative Autism Day in Chippenham on Tuesday 13th February 2018 and you can join us for all or just part of it. This day aims to help families, school staff and professionals learn more about Autism, what it feels like to be Autistic, and how to best work together to improve relationships and understanding.
The day starts with a one-hour talk, which is ideal for anyone who would like to know more about what life is like for Autistic adults and children, and it provides lots of really practical support strategies. There are two further talks focusing on Emotions in Autistic people and Ten strategies for Managing Anxiety. The day ends with a workshop discussing how to best support Autistic pupils in primary & secondary education.
It’s suitable for anyone who works with or supports Autistic adults and children. We don’t ask for personal introductions and so school staff and professionals can attend the sessions with a degree of anonymity if required. Teams are welcome to attend together and we can invoice you directly for group bookings.
As it’s in the half-term break it would be lovely to see whole families attend to learn together. There’s lots of space for everyone to feel comfortable, and drinks and snacks will be provided throughout the day.
- Tuesday 13th February 2018
- 9am – 5pm
- The Beacon Centre, Sheldon Road Methodist Church, Audley Road, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN14 0DU
For booking and general information click here