Posted: 14th March 2022

New project launches this month

Are you waiting for an Autism assessment?  We may be able to help. It can be very challenging and time consuming on the pathway for an autism assessment - the wait for the assessment and diagnosis can be a long one. During this time, the child is still displaying behaviours and other aut ...

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Posted: 10th March 2022

Muddy marvels!

Staff at a Dagenham car repair bodyshop have decided to get down and dirty to raise money for Sycamore! Fix Auto in Dagenham, on Rainham Road South is part of the Fix Auto network and serves drivers in Barking, Dagenham, Romford and Ilford as well as Hainault, Basildon and Brentwood, and they ar ...

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Posted: 2nd March 2022

Autism Awareness training set for April

We’re pleased to announce that our next CPD accredited Autism Awareness Training will take place on Monday 25th April, starting at 11am. Tickets are now available via Eventbrite. The session will be delivered via Zoom link and will last approximately 90 minutes, contributing 1.5 hours of trai ...

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Posted: 22nd February 2022

Farewell Jean

It’s the end of an era at the Sycamore Trust this Friday as we bid farewell to Jean Fairweather, who is moving on after five years of working on our award winning Parenting Pathways project. Jean joined Sycamore in 2017 and has been an influential member of our management since then, combinin ...

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Posted: 18th February 2022

Step Up for Sycamore 2022!

Grab your trainers and get walking and talking! Our SWAP team of Ann Marie Lyons-Mummery and Cheryl Kearney are taking up the challenge of doing a sponsored walk to raise money for our wonderful charity during Autism Awareness Week. Autism can often be mis understood and now is our chance to get ...

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Posted: 11th February 2022

Ambassadors visit St Albans

The Autism Ambassadors delivered another presentation of their unique brand of autism awareness training to St. Alban’s Catholic Primary School in South Hornchurch. The presentation was, of course, still a little different to what the Ambassadors were delivering before the pandemic, as act ...

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