Information from ERA Group
We have a very busy and exciting selection of guest speakers and events coming up in upcoming months, we would like to take this opportunity to invite you along-
- We are very excited to be hosting a full day workshop from Tori Chamberlain- The Girl With the Curly Hair Project. The workshop will focus mainly on ASD and Anxiety (10 am-1230 pm) and Autism meltdowns and shutdowns (1-330 pm) on Tuesday the 18th on April, venue is The ARC, 64 Aurs Road, Barrhead, G78 2LW
This is a ticketed event, tickets are available for purchase on event brite or from The Girl With the Curly Hair Project’s website – I have attached a poster for your interest.
The Girl With the Curly Hair Project is keen to explain that most of the information covered will be relevant to both men and women on the Autistic Spectrum.
- We are also very pleased to confirm that in addition to this workshop, we will be holding a Parent Support meeting on Friday the 28th April, 0930-1230 which will be held at The Museum on Barrhead Main Street.
Our guest speaker at this session will be Alana MacDonald whois a specialist in dietetics and sensory behaviors surrounding this, she is hoping to be able to have a short question and answer session after her talk.
TBC– also at this session, there will be a focus group which will be facilitated by a family, who plan to open a soft play in the local area, focusing on children with additional support needs and their families.
They would really appreciate hearing from families and carers, and would be able to take on board and put into practice any feedback received.
Come along for a cuppa and a chat with other families.
- 16th May 2017, Sandlers Cottage, east Renfrewshire Carer’s Centre, 7pm-9pm
We will be hosting a consultation, for families/carers of individual’s with complex additional support needs.
We really look forward to receiving input from these families and individuals, we would like to hear about what you would like to see in East Renfrewshire, is there any way ERA maybe able to help , is there any information we could share, is there any adaptions we could make to current groups to make these more accessible for all.
Also a great opportunity for a chance to have a chat with other families.