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Posted: 24th May 2019

Get your skates on!

The countdown is on to Stubbers week in August and parents & carers need to let us know as soon as possible if they'd like a place for their young person. Expression of interest forms have been sent out to members of the Sycamore Trust and they must be completed and returned to us promptly i ...

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Posted: 24th May 2019

Raising the roof!

A group of 20 girls from the Raised Voices project at Arc Theatre, based at Kingsley Hall in Dagenham, really did get to raise their voices at the Autism Ambassadors’ presentation to the group on Thursday 23 rd May.  Raised Voices is a film project about the challenging issu ...

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Posted: 23rd May 2019

From little acorns....

…mighty Autism Ambassadors deliver presentations! The Ambassadors gave their autism awareness training to the Havering NELFT SALT team at the Acorn Centre in Romford on Tuesday 14 th May. The audience was a mixture of speech and language therapists and physiotherapists. All 20 audien ...

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Posted: 23rd May 2019

Two down, three to go!

The first two modules in our life skills project have now been completed, and the young people celebrated this mini milestone with fajitas at the Alpha Club last night. The programme, for 10-16 year olds in mainstream education, began in February at the Royals Club in Rainham and has been such a ...

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Posted: 22nd May 2019

Bravo Group incoming!

There's only two weeks to go before our next youth group gets under way.  Bravo Group will start on 6th June at our premises in Dagenham and there are a few spaces still available. The new group is part of our life skills programme for high functioning young people on the spectrum aged 10-1 ...

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Posted: 20th May 2019

Law and order!

As you may have read, we were recently named by Romford solicitiors Mullis & Peake as their charity of the year.  We recently visited their Romford offices to chat to staff about autism, and what we are doing in the local area, concluding with a presentation by Autism Ambassador Robert L ...

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