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Posted: 20th June 2018

Now recruiting

The Sycamore Trust's Autism Ambassadors are currently recruiting for some young volunteer Ambassadors aged 11-16 to go with them to public services and businesses in the London Borough of Redbridge to give autism awareness presentations. The project helps young people improve their public speaki ...

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Posted: 13th June 2018

Uncertain future for parenting project

We’ve been able to help a number of adult with learning difficulties learn parenting skills over the last three years, but there is some uncertainty over the future of the project as our current funding comes to a close. National Lottery cash has enabled the Parenting Pathways progra ...

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Posted: 23rd May 2018

On the right tracks!

  On Monday, the Sycamore Trust Autism Ambassadors were in Ilford to deliver the first in a series of presentations to staff at Greater Anglia Railways, designed to raise awareness of ASD. Greater Anglia operates the trains between London Liverpool Street and East Anglia and has a number ...

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Posted: 17th May 2018

Youth clubs face closure

Valuable services for autistic children, teenagers and young adults in Havering are set to shut down immediately after the local authority withdrew vital funding. We've been providing youth clubs and activities for children and young people with autism and adults with learning difficultie ...

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Posted: 15th May 2018

Ambassadors trip to the Office!

The Sycamore Trust UK autism ambassadors have been out and about in the community helping local businesses to understand autism and this week it was the turn of the Office shoe store in Romford. Autism ambassadors Robert & Alex were invited to deliver a presentation to four members of st ...

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Posted: 10th May 2018

Children In Need step in to provide vital funds

Local services for autistic children in East London have received a boost from BBC Children In Need. Here at Sycamore Trust UK we'd been running our Way2Say Project in support of pre-school children with social and communication issues since 2004, but the project was threatened with closure i ...

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