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Support & Information Meetings and Workshops

Every month we hold support and information  meetings for parents/carers/family members/Individuals or anyone who would benefit from attending, where you can relax and chat with other Parents and Carers.

These are currently running monthly

  •  Cuppa and Catchup at Harlow Playhouse in Harlow

  • Walk and Talk sessions in Harlow Town Park

  •  POP up support sessions in schools and other venues

  •  Our Support team can also be found at our Wild and Wacky sessions. 

To find out the dates for these sessions, workshops and talks sessions are advertised through our What's on email Information on all of these sessions is emailed out to PACT registered families each month and are also shared on our Facebook page.

 

Our support team are parents of autistic children/adults so have a wealth of hands on knowledge and understand.  We pride ourselves on the wonderful friendships that have formed over the years, connecting like minded people and families.

 

As well as offering help and support, we can also signpost and connect  families to local agencies and advisors that PACT for Autism have established strong partnerships with, ensuring that our families have access to a wide range of services.

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What you can expect.....

  • We provide helpful information & Links to other services.

  • A cuppa and a chance to meet with other Parents and Carers.

  • We invite guest speakers from local and national services to our monthly meetings (ranging from sensory therapists, educational advisors,  continence nurses to counsellors),covering a wide range of subjects .We like to bring the skills, knowledge and information directly to you.

  • SENDIASS and Families in focus often offer 1;1 bookable sessions at our drop ins please contact support@pactforautism.org.uk if you would like to book a session. 

  • We recommend that children do not attend these meetings, but understand that child care arrangements can be very difficult – so children will be made welcome should no other arrangements be available. Parents and carers remain responsible for their children at all times during the meetings. 

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