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Posted: 12th February 2020

Join in!

Did you know that we have an on-line forum where people with Autism Spectrum Disorder can chat in confidence with others on the spectrum? The on-line community is full of people of all ages with ASD and it offers a safe and discreet environment for those on the spectrum to get help and advice or ...

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Posted: 12th February 2020

Ambassadors go Mad!

The Autism Ambassadors delivered a presentation to learning support assistants at Warren School in Barking and Dagenham on Monday 10th February. The next day, they received an email with some brilliant feedback from learning support assistant Maddie: “I just wanted to send this email to say a ...

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Posted: 10th February 2020

Family Law is next!

Not long now until the second in our series of 2020 Law Clinics.  The first law clinic last week was relating to housing, but don't worry if you missed it, there's another one next month.  The next Law Clinic is on Wednesday 19th February and we have spaces available to get advice relatin ...

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Posted: 7th February 2020

Up and running!

Did you know that there were athletes among the Sycamore Trust staff team?  Well, perhaps athletes is a bit misleading but we have found five volunteers willing to undertake the Vitality 10k through the streets of London this May. Of course, it's all for a good cause, to raise money for the ...

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Posted: 4th February 2020

Sports Day!

Romford solicitors Mullis & Peake held another of their fund raising events in support of their Charity of the Year, Sycamore Trust UK, at their building in Eastern Road last week. M&P have been fund raising for Sycamor Trust since last summer and have held a number of activities, includ ...

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Posted: 30th January 2020

Two months and counting

World Autism Awareness Week is fast approaching and we've got big plans at the Sycamore Trust.  Awareness week is a vital period in the calendar and we're aiming to get as much attention as w possibly can.  Autism is a hidden disability and is often overlooked, so we will once again be ho ...

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