Not received your information pack for Autism Family Camp? Please contact us as this contains important information as well as booking links for archery and air-rifling (for no additional charge). If you have not yet bought tickets for our Autism Summer Camp, it’s not too late! You can find more information and do so here. […]
Understanding the SEN Process – Education, Health & Care Plans (EHCPs) Laura Carr from HCB Solicitors is kindly delivering a free seminar aimed at parents/carers who are: • Considering applying for a statutory assessment; • Going through the assessment process; • Due for a review of their child’s EHCP; • Have questions about securing funding […]
We are happy to announce Corinna Laurie (Occupational Therapist Clinical Lead for The National Autistic Society & Director of Evolve Children’s Therapy Services) will be holding a talk with us on 24th February in Medway… All the information we receive about the world comes through our senses. In some people, the senses do not process […]
Christmas can be challenging for autistic people. Change can bring anxiety, but there are things you can do to help…
From Wednesday 2nd December 2020 England will be returning to a tiered system, however the rules have changed from the previous system. Information can be found on the gov.uk website below: New National Restrictions from 5th November Please be aware Kent is currently under the strict Tier 3 Alert Level: Alert Level 3 Information Below […]
With lockdown coming to an end, some of your children might have already gone back to school, however many won’t be returning until September. The resources below might be useful for preparing your child for the transition back to school. A big thanks to The Additional Needs Blogfather for these links.
On Thursday 30th January we have Corinna Laurie holding a talk around the subject of sensory issues, Sensory & Motor Strategies for Support within the Home & Classroom Setting. Places are limited so get your tickets now! What is the talk about? All the information we receive about the world comes through our senses. In […]
Tips for families with autistic children at Halloween Halloween can be more trick than treat for autistic people! Luckily we have some fun ideas that might help… Costumes can be scary from the inside too! Many autistic people and children have sensory sensitivities around clothing, therefore Halloween costumes can be scratchy and overwhelming. Why […]
In a couple of weeks, we’ve got Cerebra coming along to hold a free workshop on accessing public services. On Saturday 14th September, Autism South East in conjunction with Cerebra will be at Stone St Mary’s School from 10am to 2pm. The purpose of the workshop is to support families who are encountering difficulties in […]
A big thanks to everyone who made today’s indoor Summer Fete possible, We had an amazing day, with lots of smiles! We hope to see you all at another event soon! Also a huge thank you to Ever in Vogue Fashion Show for kindly donating to us an Autism South East Banner!