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Posted: 12th December 2018

Next stop; Stratford!

The Autism Ambassadors continued their series of awareness sessions with Abellio Greater Anglia by delivering a training session at its Academy in Stratford on Monday 10 th December. Those attending were a mixture of operational and office-based staff and the Ambassadors received excellent ...

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Posted: 11th December 2018

Early Christmas present

There were presents and cake all round this morning as we celebrated the end of the programme for the first group of Speak With A Picture families and children. The twelve week programme began in September and all the children showed remarkable progress throughout the course and in every case im ...

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Posted: 7th December 2018

Santa Claus is coming to town!

The countdown to the festive season is in full swing and we're getting into the Christmas spirit at the Autism Hub in Romford.  Members of our Thursday girls group took it upon themselves to decorate the Hub as part of their group activities and they've done a terrific job. Our girls group ...

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Posted: 6th December 2018

Support Group update

Our December Parent Support Groups are fast approaching and there is a change to the previously advertised dates.  On Friday 14th December, we will host a PSG meeting at the Autism Hub in Romford at 10.30am. There's no need to book, just turn up and join in.  The Autism Hub is in Laurie W ...

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L-R; Robert from the Autism Ambassadors, Nana from Matata Club, Disability Champion Funmi Alake, Mayor of B&D, Cllr Sanchia Alasia & Ambassador Daniel Sajeel
Posted: 4th December 2018

Wonderful day!

It was the International Day of Disabled People yesterday and there were events all over the local area to mark this important day.  One of the most enjoyable was the Barking & Dagenham event which took place at Dagenham & Redbridge FC. The Sycamore Trust were out in force throughou ...

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Posted: 4th December 2018

Welcome Katrina Kay!

Joining the Support Work team this week is Katrina-Kay who will be supporting clients on a on-to-one basis, encouraging them into the community and aiding them to take part in fun, engaging activities. Katrina-Kay has a wealth of experience working with young people with autism and has been r ...

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