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Posted: 20th March 2019

Alpha Club under way!

Our new life skills programme is under way!  Thanks to the funding we received from the Mayor of London's Young Londoners Fund, we were able to start a brand new project aimed at teaching valuable life skills to young people on the autistic spectrum. Aimed at young people aged 10-16 in Bark ...

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Posted: 20th March 2019

Parlour Games!

There was a special evening out for the members of our Sew Crafty group for young women last week as they went to meet the Mayor of Havering. Just before Christmas, the Mayor, Cllr Dlip Patel visited the Autism Hub in Romford to meet the girls and present awards based on their achievements that yea ...

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Posted: 19th March 2019

Keep fit and raise money!

We've been able to feature some fantastic ideas aimed at raising funds for the Sycamore Trust UK recently.  Andrew Ghagan is running the London Marathon and Ray Robertson is planning a sky dive. However, a marathon is a very long way and a parachute jump is maybe a step too far, but how about ...

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Posted: 18th March 2019

Law clinic date available

We’ve had a cancellation for the Autism Law Clinic at the Autism Hub in Romford this Wednesday 20th March. We now have an appointment available at 11am should anyone on the spectrum need help with any legal matter, such as housing or employment. The Law Clinic takes place at the Autism Hub, ...

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Posted: 13th March 2019

Thank you, Mayor!

Our Dare to be Different campaign has received a massive boost with an endorsement from none other than the Mayor of Barking & Dagenham!  The campaign to raise awareness of autism and also of all the vital work that we do in East London has been recognised by Cllr Sanchia Alasia, who is a ...

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Posted: 8th March 2019

Frying tonight!

  Our Tuesday night Matata Club is pehaps the most popular of our youth clubs, and it's no surprise, because they are always eating!  If there is an excuise to get out the recipe books, the Matata youngsters are all over it, so it won't come as any surprise that they embraced the conce ...

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