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- February 11, 2020 | 6:30 PM1-5 Harvey Centre Approach, Harlow CM20 1HF, UK
- April 8, 2020 | 5:30 PM5, Mill Court, Edinburgh Gate, Harlow CM20 2JA, UK
- January 20, 2020 | 7:00 PMLatton Bush Centre, Southern Way, Harlow, UK
- National 5 yr Autism Strategy - 2021 - 2026
The autism strategy sets out how the Government plans to support autistic adults and children in England over the next five years. The strategy promises to: invest £10.5 million into finding new ways to reduce autism diagnosis waiting times for children and young people invest £2.5 million to improve the quality of adult diagnostic and post-diagnostic pathways and diagnosis waiting times increase public understanding of autism with a long-term, nationwide initiative provide £18.5 million to prevent autistic people from falling into mental health crisis and £21 million to local authorities to help those discharged from inpatient units back into the community. improve understanding of autism by training education professionals, job centre staff and frontline staff in the justice system. All the commitments total almost £75 million and represent the biggest investment in England’s autistic people ever. However, they only account for the first year of the strategy – we are expecting more for 2022-26.
- The Theory and the Experience
An amazing, insightful talk about Autism from two very personal perspectives This talk is for professionals or organisations that wish to understand neurodiversity and Autism better. A candid and relaxed 2 hour session that will improve knowledge and acceptance in all work places and for all staff. These sessions have been funded by Capital Group and are offered free of charge. (Any donations are always gratefully accepted) For more information or to book a session please contact :- email@example.com
- Thinking ahead - Family to Family Workshop (free)
Dear Parent / Carer , I am getting in touch to let you know about a Thinking Ahead: Family-to-Family workshop for parents, and other family carers, that you may be interested in being part of. The workshop will be based on the Thinking Ahead guides which have been written to help people with learning disabilities and their families to feel more confident about planning for the future. The workshop is part of a wider programme of workshops being run by family carers who have lived experience of caring for someone with learning disabilities. Sharing ideas and information amongst families is often the most helpful tools. There is more information about the workshops and the planning guides in the attached leaflet. There are several dates that are available and if you are interested, or if you have further questions please contact :- Kevin Gay Email firstname.lastname@example.org Thursday May 27th 2021 - 12 - 2pm Thursday June 24th 2021 - 12 - 2pm
- 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 online forum , 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. 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 The Theory and the Experience 62 Write a comment Thinking ahead - Family to Family Workshop (free) 64 Write a comment Please meet Kiri from Essex Family Forum. 41 Write a comment In Memory of 'Jocelyn Gladys Gobbett' 51 Write a comment 3 Help us shape the future of Health and Social Care in Essex. (Next forum meeting TBC) 97 Write a comment 4 Essex Lottery - Fundraising for PACT. 43 Write a comment 3 Essex Five year 'All Age Autism Strategy' 143 Write a comment 2 Big Thank you to Wooden Spoon 12 Write a comment 2 Proud of Harlow Award for our Volunteers 36 Write a comment 1 No upcoming events at the moment
- Contact | PACT For Autism
Staff Members The PACT Board Co-opted Board Members Vern Lacey IT Systems Selina Avery Supported Studies Aimee Carr Legal Ryan Carr Autism/Aspergers Consultant Julia Carr Board Member / Chair June Flemming Board Member/ Parent Support Wendy Merry Board Member / Treasurer Julie King Board Member / HR & Finance
- Sky Dive for PACT | PACT For Autism
Sky Dive for PACT Take on an adrenaline challenge for PACT for Autism and help us to continue our valuable work supporting families with children and adults affected by Autism and similar disorders. We aim to develop long term strategies with local communities that will improve living, working and social opportunities for people with Autism. Being a parent of a child with a disability can be very isolating and we at PACT for Autism pride ourselves on the wonderful friendships that have formed over the years, giving us all the strength and belief to do the best we can for our children. Leaving the aircraft at 10,000ft you’ll reach speeds of 120mph (that’s as fast as a Golden Eagle diving for prey, by the way!) You’ll experience the rush and buzz of freefall strapped to a professional and experienced parachute instructor. Your instructor will release the canopy at about 5000ft and you can either help them steer the parachute home or leave them to do it for you, take in the scenery and ‘relax’! Glass of sherry, anybody? PACT for Autism are offering these places at a reduced fee of £50 for a guaranteed sponsorship sum of £450 (PACT for Autism will reimburse the registration fee of £50 after the jump has taken place). The usual Skydive fee is £250 but please note that any person who doesn’t meet their guaranteed sponsorship sum is then liable for the full cost of the Skydive. The sponsorship pledge target is £450. For full details and the online registration form please click here .
- PACT Ball 2020 Discussion
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