Chitra-Sethia Autism Centre,Cambridge Road, Fulbourn, Cambridge,CB21 5EF
2-4pm, Saturday 31 August
The Cambridge NAS invites you to a garden-themed afternoon of activities (for children and adults) at the Chitra-Sethia Autism Centre.
Drinks and snacks will be available.
Indoor Activities to include
- Brio train-track + trains
- Dressing up
- Board games
Outdoor Activities to include
- Funky grass-heads to make and take home
- Pot up a mini patio container with bedding plants to take home
- Paints and glue to make collages etc
- Garden bowls
Tea and coffee, biscuits, cakes, and fruit
Parking is available.
Bus timetable here
NAS Cambridge are hosting a half day workshop for 13-16 year olds, run by Communication Cambridge. The aims of this workshop are to:
- Understand the Autism Spectrum
- Understand how Autism affects you
- Understand your strengths
- Find out what helps
- Meet others and share experiences
This workshop is being run by Communication Cambridge on two dates:
Saturday 23rd March 2019 at 10.00am–12.30 or Saturday 6th April 2019 at 1.30–4.00pm
The venue is The Chitra Sethia Autism Centre, Cambridge Road, Fulbourn, Cambridge, CB21 5EF
Booking is free via Eventbrite:
Tickets for Saturday 23 March https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/asd-and-me-tickets-58337509060
Tickets for Saturday 6 March https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/asd-and-me-tickets-58340275334
To find out more please email Fiona or Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.org
ASD and Me poster 2019
Dates for 2016: Wednesday 17th August, 14th September, 12th October, 16th November, 14th December
Time: 12 noon – 2pm
Venue: 6 Oak Drive, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 7HN
(For Sat Nav users please use PE29 7LB, this brings you to a car park opposite the Maple Centre, on Nene Road).
These drop-in sessions are for adults with autism and their Families.
The sessions will provide information and advice as well as a space for people to meet, socialise and exchange ideas.
An adult autism support manager will be at the sessions to give support and guidance.
The drop-in sessions are at the Maple Centre in Huntingdon.
Parking at the Centre is plentiful and free and includes disabled spaces
FREE parent workshop to support social communication for children with Autism
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Cambridge NAS is funding a FREE parent workshop to support social communication for children with Autism. This course is suitable for parents of verbal children who attend mainstream school. There are two sessions in this course: Friday 24th June and Friday 1st July 2016, 10.00am-12.00pm at March Community Centre, March, PE15 8LE. Bookings can be made by contacting Sarah and Fiona by
Telephone: 07975 735 715
Sarah and Fiona make up Communication Cambridge http://www.communicationcambridge.co.uk/index.html
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For parents/carers of children 11+
6 May 2016, 10am-2.30pm
March Youth & Community Centre, 34 Station Road, March, PE15 8LE Continue reading
NAS presentation: Females on the autistic spectrum
Chitra Sethia Autism Centre,
The Gatehouse, Fulbourn Road, Cambridge
Wednesday 18 November, 19.30h- 20.30h
Doors open: 19.00h
Autism is a condition that affects more boys than girls. Why this is the case is an important subject of research. But it is becoming increasingly clear that girls and women with autism are not well recognised as having autism and may be misdiagnosed with other conditions. One of the reasons for this is that the main characteristics that are used to diagnose autism are based on how boys present with autism. Girls seem to fit in better socially, and their special interests may be more mainstream than those of boys with autism, such as television programs, dolls or pop groups. However, girls with autism struggle with the same things as boys do, and a correct diagnosis is essential for them to get the support they need.
Hannah Belcher is a PhD student at Anglia Ruskin University and is doing research into girls and women with autism. She, like many females with autism, got her diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome when she was an adult. With her research she hopes to increase the knowledge of the female characteristics of autism, which may contribute to better diagnostic tools that can be used with girls and women suspected of autism.
Ms Belcher will give a presentation about females on the autistic spectrum. There will be time for questions and discussion after the presentation.
All are welcome.
Communication Cambridge is running a half day workshop for students aged 11 – 14 yrs on behalf of NAS Cambridge. This workshop is called ‘Autism and me’ and will be a positive opportunity for young people to understand more about the Autism Spectrum and how it affects them, explore their strengths, meet others and share experiences.
This workshop is fully funded by NAS Cambridge.
Monday 26th October (half term), 9.30am-12.30, at the Chitra Sethia Autism Centre.
To find out more, or book a place, please email Sarah and Fiona, email@example.com or Telephone 07975 735 715
Printable flyer asd and me poster NAS October 2015
The National Autistic Society is running FREE information days to talk to carers and families of people on the autism spectrum about changes in adult social care.
Are you are a parent of a child who has autism?
Then come along and find out about where to access possible funding to help you care for your child and family’s needs.
Understanding Autism is a seminar which provides information and advice to parents and carers of children who have received a recent diagnosis of autism. There will be two seminars in November at The Chitra Sethia Autism Centre.