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    • Please meet Kiri from Essex Family Forum.

      Kiri Keene is the West Essex Family Champion Quadrant lead for the Essex Family Forum. Please see below for details and make contact if you have anything to share or you wish to become a Family Champion.

    • In Memory of 'Jocelyn Gladys Gobbett'

      'Deepest condolences to a special PACT family' Dear Vern and Michelle, On behalf of the Trustees, staff, and volunteers of PACT for Autism. We would like to send our condolences to you and your family on hearing that your beloved Nan, Jocelyn Gobbett has passed away. We are extremely touched to receive a donation made through Much-loved for the sum of £767.22 together with an additional donation of £100.00 in memory of your Nan. We would like to express a heartfelt ‘thank you’ to you, your family and friends who have supported our charity at this very sad time. We can assure you that the donation received will assist us greatly in continuing to support our local families and individuals. This is very much appreciated by us all. Once again, a huge thank you to you and your family for nominating PACT for Autism. With our very best wishes from all at PACT for Autism. xx

    • Help us shape the future of Health and Social Care in Essex. (Next forum meeting TBC)

      Essex Disability and Carers Forum My name is Roger Pope and I am a volunteer for both PACT for Autism and a volunteer forum member on the “ Collaborate Essex Disability and Carers Forum”, with Healthwatch Essex, Summit and Essex County Council. What is this collaboration and how will it help? Healthwatch Essex captures the lived experiences of people who use health and social care services in the county. 'Over the next 3 years, we are working with Essex County Council to deliver a new model of service improvement, representing adults with disabilities by using lived experience more effectively. Feeding into council plans, we are developing a ‘Collaboration in Action’ Forum, which will consist of volunteers and Essex County Council staff. We are passionate about collaboration and ensuring that citizen voices and lived experience is at the heart of everything we do.' The forum meets on a quarterly basis and will cover different topics each month. The next meeting is TBC The meeting will discuss TBC. If you have any concerns, questions or experiences (good / bad) to share please contact me on the below email, and I will ensure it is included in this meeting and discussed. rogerp@pactforautism.org.uk This is your chance to help shape future services, I look forward to hearing from you Roger Pope Forum member / PACT for Autism volunteer. Collaborate Essex Disability and Carers Forum

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    • Register with us | PACT For Autism

      Register with PACT Thanks for your interest in joining us. You'll be pleased to hear that joining is free and by registering using this form, you'll be eligible to access events, days out and other fun things we do. You will also be able to ask questions and post advice to our knowledgable PACT community. A quick note about privacy: Anything that you submit on this form will be seen by certain members of PACT for Autism for administrative and planning duties. You can read our Privacy Policy . here ​ We will never pass your details to any other third party unless: We have your permission, or, We are required to do so by law. PACT Registration Form Title Mrs Mr Miss Mstr. Dr. Prof. arrow&v First Name Last Name Email Address 1 Address 2 County Postcode Telephone: Town Alternate telephone: Gender Rather Not Say Female Male Non-Binary arrow&v Age Range Rather Not Say 0-15 15-24 25-34 35 - 44 45 - 54 55 - 64 Item 1 arrow&v Ethnicity English / Welsh / Scottish / N.Irish / British Irish Gypsy or Irish Traveller African Caribbean Arab Bangladeshi Chinese Indian Pakistani White & Asian White & Black African White & Black Caribbean Any other Asian background Any other Black / Caribbean / African background Any other mixed / multiple ethnic background Any other White background Any other ethnic group Rather Not Say arrow&v You are registering as: Parent / Carer Professional Grandparent Family Member Individual Other PACT Staff arrow&v Disability / Additional Need No Yes Additional Need Undiagnosed Rather Not Say arrow&v The next section will cover details of your dependants. We use this information to plan activities that will meet the needs of as many people as we can. We encourage you to enter the details of all people that may be taking part in activities, whether they have additional needs or not.You can add up to four dependants here. By dependant, we mean children, young adults, or adults that you think might benefit from our activities. All Dependent information is optional. ​ Dependent #1 Details: Dependent 1 First Name Dependent 1 Last Name Dependent 1 Date of Birth Dependent 1 Gender Female Male Non-binary Rather Not Say arrow&v School or Employed? Pre-School School Further Education Employed Other Not Applicable arrow&v Do they have a Disability or Additional Need? Additional Need Undiagnosed No arrow&v Dependent 1 Ethnicity English / Welsh / Scottish / N.Irish / British Irish Gypsy or Irish Traveller Any other White background White & Black Caribbean White & Black African White & Black Asian Any other mixed / multiple ethnic background Indian Pakistani Chinese Bangladeshi Any other Asian backgroud African Caribbean Any other Black / African / Caribbean Arab Any other ethnic group arrow&v Dependent 1 Diagnosis None Autism Asperger's ADHD Fragile X PDA Item 1 arrow&v Dependent #2 Details: Dependent 2 First Name Dependent 2 Last Name Dependent 2 Date of Birth Dependent 2 Gender Female Male Non-Binary Not Applicable arrow&v Dependent 2 School or Employed Pre-school School Further Education Employed Other Not Applicable arrow&v Do they have a Disability or Additional Need? No Additional Need Undiagnosed arrow&v Dependent 2 Ethnicity English / Welsh / Scottish / Northern Irish / British Irish Gypsy or Irish Traveller Any other White background White & Black Caribbean Whate & Black African White & Asian Any other Mixed / Multiple ethnic background Indian Pakistani Bangadeshi Chinese Any other Asian background African Caribbean Any other Black / African / Caribbean background Arab Any other ethnic group arrow&v Dependent 2 Diagnosis None Autism Asperger's ADHD Fragile X PDA Other arrow&v Dependent #3 Details: Dependent 3 First Name Dependent 3 Last Name Dependent 3 Date of Birth Dependent 3 Gender Female Male Non-Binary Not Applicable arrow&v Dependent 3 School or Employed Pre-School School Further Education Employed Other Not Applicable arrow&v Do they have a Disability or additional needs? None Autism ADHD Fragile X PDA Other arrow&v Dependent 3 Ethnicity English / Welsh / Scottish / Northern Irish / British Irish Gypsy or Irish Traveller Any other White background White & Black Caribbean White & Black African White & Asian Any other Mixed / Multiple ethnic background Indian Pakistani Bangladeshi Chinese Any other Asian background African Caribbean Any other Black / African / Caribbean background Arab Any other ethnic group arrow&v Dependent 3 Diagnosis None Autism Asperger's ADHD Fragile X PDA Other arrow&v Dependent #4 Details: Dependent 4 First Name Dependent 4 Last Name Dependent 4 DOB Dependent 4 Gender Female Male Non-Binary Not Applicable arrow&v Dependent 4 School or Employed Pre-School School Further Education Employed Other Not Applicable arrow&v Do they have a Disability or additional needs? No Additional Need Undiagnosed arrow&v Dependent 4 Ethnicity English / Welsh / Scottish / Northern Irish / British Irish Gypsy or Irish Traveller Any other White Background White & Black Caribbean White & Black African White & Asian Any other Mixed / Multiple ethnic background Indian Pakistani Bangladeshi Chinese Any other Asian background African Caribbean Any other Black / African / Caribbean background Arab Any other ethnic group arrow&v Dependent 4 Diagnosis None Autism Asperger's ADHD Fragile X PDA Other arrow&v General Information About which topics are you happy for us to contact you? PACT Newsletter Donations Fundraising Volunteering Activities What activities do you like to do when you go out as a family? Theme Parks Water Parks Other Outdoor Activities Cinema Theatre Other How did you hear about PACT For Autism? 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    • Autism Support | PACT For Autism | England

      PACT FOR AUTISM PACT for Autism is a Harlow based Charity providing support for the families of autistic children, autistic adults and people with similar conditions. Our key services include our Support / Information Line, monthly meetings for parent, carer and professional support, and a variety of activities, detailed on our events calendar, including our popular autism talks and training series. Through our website you can access our various online resources. You will find useful web links sign-posting to our partner agencies, a practical services directory, an adults page as well as the re-launch of our , featuring advice, tips, and support from other families. You can also sign up to our online newsletter for monthly updates about upcoming events, talks and services. Our resources section contains leisure and sports opportunities for children (and siblings), and a calendar for upcoming events. Finally you can learn more about the different ways you can support us on our Fundraising and Support page. online forum More about PACT for Autism To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. PACT supports autistic children, adults and families and people with other similar conditions through information and support services, activities, resources and by providing 'Understanding Autism' workshops to professionals. ​ CALL or TEXT on our support / information lines 07377 386090 07377 386093 News and Updates Please meet Kiri from Essex Family Forum. 26 Write a comment In Memory of 'Jocelyn Gladys Gobbett' 40 Write a comment 2 Help us shape the future of Health and Social Care in Essex. (Next forum meeting TBC) 75 Write a comment 4 Essex Lottery - Fundraising for PACT. 41 Write a comment 3 Essex Five year 'All Age Autism Strategy' 77 Write a comment 2 Big Thank you to Wooden Spoon 5 Write a comment 2 Proud of Harlow Award for our Volunteers 28 Write a comment 1 The Autism Act - 10 years on 48 Write a comment 1 Upcoming Events 03 Sat Apr Pact for Autism Easter Drop Off (Saturday 3rd April 2021) / PACT For Autism RSVP 03 Apr, 10:00 – 15:00 PACT For Autism, Latton Bush Centre, Southern Way, Harlow, UK PACT on Social

    • Forum | PACT For Autism

      Welcome to the PACT Forum Search Login / Sign up Welcome to the Forum Add or edit a post to get the conversation started. Filter: All posts Sort by: Recent Activity Create New Post Comments Likes Views Recent Activity Item option menu Top Universities in the UK for Pursuing Higher Studies in Bio thomasgrant Discussion · 0 0 Feb 9 Introducing us Beth Warren Discussion · 1 0 Jan 21 Tips & Tricks PACT Technical Mgr (Vern) Dash · Discussion · 1 0 Dec 12, 2020 PACT Ball 2020 Discussion PACT Technical Mgr (Vern) Dash · Discussion · 2 0 Feb 10, 2020 Website Feedback PACT Technical Mgr (Vern) Dash · Discussion · 1 0 Jan 14, 2020 Introduce Yourself PACT Technical Mgr (Vern) Dash · Discussion · 0 0 Jul 3, 2019 Ask Anything PACT Technical Mgr (Vern) Dash · Discussion · 0 0 Jul 3, 2019 Create New Post

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    • PACT Ball 2020 Discussion

      Please feel free to add you comments and questions for staff and other PACT Members in relation to the PACT Ball

    • Top Universities in the UK for Pursuing Higher Studies in Bio

      Do you feel intrigued when you read about CRISPR and Genetic Engineering or Epidemiology? Then, it is wise if you pursue higher studies in Biology. Seek homework help whenever you see that you are not able to understand intricate topics. To get into your desired universities, you need to start researching now. And some of the best institutions in the UK are: 1. University of Oxford The University of Oxford offers the best education as far as biology is concerned. One can pursue a degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Biological and Biomedical Sciences. Furthermore, you can apply for undergraduate, postgraduate and online courses. The research prospect is excellent as the university has state-of-the-art equipment in the lab. And you can get authentic homework assignment writing help services from your peers or seniors. 2. University of St. Andrews Studying biology at the University of St. Andrews is a dream come true for most students. The university offers online courses, undergraduate, postgraduate, PhD and postdoctoral programs. You can pursue courses in Marine biology, human origins, cystic fibrosis, and much more. The courses are well-planned, and the students can enjoy libraries, workshops, research facilities, etc. If you are wondering, "Who can offer me homework and coursework help in the UK?” you can take the help of the teachers. 3.University of Greenwich In this university, you can pursue undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral degrees. The faculties offer valuable, well-researched and updated lessons. This should not be a surprise as the professors are incredibly qualified. The institution organizes workshop, seminars and other live events. And, if you are wondering, "Who can help with my biology homework?” you will get support from the community of students and teachers.  4.Coventry University This is another university where you can apply for higher studies in biology. If you visit the website, you will get an online schedule of classes (for online classes). There are a lot of options as far as courses are concerned. You can study Immunology, Cell and Developmental Biology, and conduct research on Cell and Tissue Analysis, Molecular Imaging, etc. And, if you face any issues, you can seek assistance from professional homework helpers. However, in order to get into these universities, you need to have a sound knowledge of biology and the required grades or GPA. And if you get stuck with the topics, you should avail homework help from the experts.  Source

    • PACT Ball 2020 Discussion

      Do we know what the theme will be for 2020?

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