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The Autism Group is passionate about providing practical, accessible, affordable – and where possible free – autism training for people parenting, living, caring and working with those on the autistic spectrum across the East Berkshire area.
Parents are offered a series of 2-hour training toolkits covering a range of topics and delivered in both daytime and evening slots. You can choose to attend one or more from any of the following sessions that are designed to increase understanding and help you provide a well-informed response to your children’s needs. All sessions are delivered by qualified trainers who also have children on the spectrum.
Our current training progranmme is available on our website.
The Autism Group
The Autism Group
Where to go
- Training takes place in various venues.
When is it On/Open ?
- Date & Time Information
Training sessions are provided over a range of times and venues.
See our website for current availability.
Girls on the Spectrum
- 25 September @ 6:30pm
- 21 November @ 10am
- 3 October @ 6:30pm
- 16 January @ 10am
Misbehaving or misunderstood?
Emotion Explosion! When anger strikes
- 6 November @ 10am
- 13 February @ 6:30pm
Understanding Behaviour, Making Sense of Sensory Differences
- 18 September @ 10am
- 11 March @ 6:30pm
Parent training. High Alert! When anxiety strikes
- 17 October 6:30pm
- 29 January @ 10am
What about me? Siblings and autism
Costs and Fee Information
- Service/Activity is Free
- Cost details
Wherever possible our parent tool-kit training sessions are free.
- Is there any help with funding
- How is the service funded
Facilities and Accessibility
Accessing this service
- Eligibility Criteria
Suitable for parents and carers of children diagnosed or on the waiting list for assessment for an autistic spectrum disorder.
- Booking / Registration Required
- Booking and Registration Notes
Please contact Becky Peates on firstname.lastname@example.org for further details and to book a place.
- Referral required
- Who can refer
- Supporting people with
Autism Spectrum Conditions
- Registered Charity No.
- Quality Assurance
All our trainers are qualified and most are parents of young people on the spectrum.
Level 3 Teaching and Education qualification.
Compliments, complaints and comments
- Contact Name
- Tricia Kempton
- Charity Manager
- How to make a compliment, complaint and comment
In the first instance contact Tricia Kempton. If you are still disatisfied, the chair of Trustees will respond to you.
- Complaints, compliments or concerns
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