NAS Cambridge offers the following activities for families:


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  • The NAS School Exclusions Service

    The NAS School Exclusions Service, provides information and advice for parents of autistic pupils who are either at risk of exclusion or have been excluded from school or college. The aim of our work is to help parents and schools work together, to overcome the barriers to inclusion and ensure that pupils’ needs are met, thus reducing the number of autistic pupils excluded from schools.

    The NAS School Exclusions Service (England) offers advice and information on all aspects of school exclusion in England. This includes advice on:
    • informal (illegal) exclusions;
    • fixed-period and permanent exclusions;
    • how to challenge your child’s exclusion;
    • what you can do if you are concerned that your child is at risk of exclusion;
    • exclusion from school clubs and trips.

    Make an enquiry or request a phone appointment by emailing schoolexclusions@nas.org.uk
    Phone 0808 800 4002. Leave a message on our answering service (free from landlines and most mobiles).

    NAS School exclusions information

  • Autism and Sensory Processing: a training day with Olga Bogdashina, Janet Gurney and Jemma Swales

    Friday 18 May 2018
    Doors open at 9am for a 9.30am start
    Ends at 4.30pm

    Venue: Swiss Cottage School, London NW8 6HX

    The Caldwell Autism Foundation, in partnership with Swiss Cottage School Development and Research Centre, invites you to a training day on autism and sensory processing.

    This event will deepen your understanding of the sensory world of autism and provide insights on how the support we provide to autistic people can be made more effective by an understanding of their different sensory experiences. Continue reading →

  • Pinpoint organized ADHD/ASD groups

    ADHD/ASD groups for parents run monthly at Ely, Histon, Peterborough and Huntingdon, run by Pinpoint in conjunction with our counterparts Family Voice Peterborough. Parents and carers who have children with ADHD and Autism – with or without a diagnosis – are welcome to come along.
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