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Posted: 23rd October 2018

Sew far so good!

There's more positive news from our youth clubs as the girls group that meets regularly in the Autism Hub continues to go from strength to strength.  Women are under represented in the ASD community and we have been encouraging more young women to get involved in our activities.  ...

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(l-r) Ambassadors Robert Lamb, Francesca Cutri and Alex Rowley with Greater Anglia's Victor Messa & Alex Thompson
Posted: 19th October 2018

Full steam ahead!

It’s been full steam ahead with autism awareness training this week, with two Autism Ambassador presentations to Abellio Greater Anglia, one at Ipswich on Monday 15 th October and a second at Chelmsford on Wednesday 17 th October. Both sessions were well attended and the feedback received r ...

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Emma & Jean discuss Parenting Pathways
Posted: 18th October 2018

AGM success

The Sycamore Trust UK Annual General Meeting took place at the Dagenham offices last night (Weds 17 th October)  and was well attended by parents, trustees and staff.  The meeting was chaired by vice chair of trustees Delia Rowley, and CEO Chris Gilbanks delivered her review of th ...

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Posted: 17th October 2018

Five more years!

We've had some wonderful news at the Sycamore Trust recently.  Our pioneering social project that teaches young adults with learning difficulties about appropriate relationships, safe sex and parenting education and skills has been given a new lease of life, thanks to further funding from th ...

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Posted: 16th October 2018

Law Clinic returns on Wednesday

The Sycamore Trust UK are once again able to offer a free legal advice service for people with ASD.  The Autism Law Clinic, a unique collaboration between the Trust, the University of East London and Duncan Lewis Solicitors, has been in operation each week from the beginning of October at the ...

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Posted: 16th October 2018

Early success for SWAP

Our brand new communication project, Speak With A Picture began in September and a number of the youngsters on the programme are showing significant improvement. SWAP is aimed at pre-school children aged between 2-4 and is designed to help parents and non-verbal children communicate with each ot ...

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