AUTISM SEMINAR for FAMILIES

Managing Anger

For parents/carers of children with Autism
21 November, 10am-2.30pm
March Community Centre, 34 Station Road, March, Cambridgeshire, PE15 8LE

About the seminar
“Managing Anger” is one of the National Autistic Society’s Autism Seminars for Families. It is aimed at parents/carers who have a child (with a diagnosis of autism) who is experiencing difficulties with anger, anxiety, distressed behaviours and meltdowns. There is no charge to parents/carers.

Aims of the seminar

  • To get a better understanding of how we react to distressed behaviours and anger.
  • To gain information about using a low arousal approach.
  • To outline practical ideas to help you and your child learn to manage anger, anxiety, distressed behaviours and meltdowns.

Who is running the seminar?
This seminar is delivered jointly by Cambridgeshire SENDIASS (formerly Parent Partnership) and the Cambridge branch of the National Autistic Society, using materials bought from the National Autistic Society. You will receive a full resource pack of useful information, advice and support guidelines on the day.

How to book a place
Due to the high demand, families can only book one place on the seminar. Please book on-line at:

Places are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment. You will receive confirmation of your place by email and a map showing where the venue is.

Lunch/refreshments – Teas & coffees will be provided, but please bring your own lunch.

Juliet.Greer@cambridgeshire.gov.uk 01223 699213