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Autism Resource Bases This service is included in the Local Offer

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There are four Autism Resource bases in Staffordshire. These are at four High schools: Nether Stowe School, Lichfield Wolstanton High School, Newcastle Wilnecote High School, Tamworth Norton Canes High School, Cannock Each school has 6 places for children and young people aged 11 – 16 years.…

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We are the leading charity in the West Midlands for people with autism. We use our expertise to enrich the lives of people with autism and those who love and care for them. Our passionate, expert staff and volunteers work across all age groups and…

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South Staffs Autism Parent Support Group

Mondays every 6 weeks
Do you have a child or young person with Autism Spectrum Condition? Come along and have a cup of tea and chat about ASC! An opportunity for parents/carers of a child or young person with Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) to meet every 6 weeks or…

Rugeley School for Children with Autism (formerly Rugeley Horizon School) (Priory Group)

Rugeley School is an independent specialist school with two attached children’s homes, based in a beautiful area of rural Staffordshire. Offering placements for children and young people (boys and girls) aged 5 to 19 years, the school caters for those with a primary diagnosis of…

Supporting Children with Autism in the Early Years - training for practitioners

10/12/2019
This course is suitable for Early Years SENCOs and Early Years Practitioners (including Managers, Teachers, Teaching Assistants and Childminders). An overview of how children with Autism communicate at the earliest levels. Sensory profiles & strategies to support children with sensory issues. Practical advice to support…

Cannock Chase Autism Support Group

The support group run once a month out of Cannock Chase Children’s Centre, a daytime parent to parent meeting, with occasional guest speakers. We also hold an evening parent to parent meeting at Cannock Fire Station once a month. There are yoga sessions available for…

Autism Education Trust (AET) - Tools for Teachers & Schools Resources

The AET is a not for profit programme led by two national autism charities – the National Autistic Society and Ambitious about Autism. Established and supported by the Department for Education, the AET promotes and supports partnerships throughout the education system to improve educational access,…

BLAST - Burntwood and Lichfield Autism Support Together

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An exciting new group covering Burntwood, Lichfield and surrounding areas has been set up for families who live with autism. The group aims to give parents the chance to connect, share information and help each other navigate the challenges of raising a child with autism…

An Introduction to Understanding & Supporting Children with Autism in the Early Years - training for practitioners

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This course is suitable for Early Year Practitioners, SENCOs, Childminders, Teachers, Teaching Assistants. Agenda: What is ASD? Myths and Facts An exploration of the Triad of Impairments and strategies to support these areas. Behaviour and Sensory issues. Girls with Autism. Strategies to support sensory issues Difficulties…
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