Autism Together – Children and Family service online sessions

May 25, 2021 | News, Newsletter

Autism Together’s Children & Family Service focuses on providing autism-specific services for children, young people and their families, helping them to better understand their autism, and any social and communication difficulties.

During the pandemic, clubs have moved online and they offer a number of online sessions for different age groups. To join, individuals need to have an autism diagnosis, be on the pathway to diagnosis or have a diagnosed social and communication difficulty. The young people must also be Wirral residents.

As online provision can be quite busy and often intimidating for new people, Autism Together has offered online one-to-one sessions if requested and new members can log in to sessions without mic and video to get a better feel for the group.

For more details on any of the sessions listed below, you can contact Linda Maxwell: [email protected] or call 0151 666 9960

Wednesdays

Connected Group – 2-3pm & 3-4pm

Children in Need group – 5-6pm

Children in Need (Siblings) Chill & Chat 6.15-7.45pm

All currently held via Microsoft Teams

Thursdays                                                            

Gaming group 5-6pm for 8-18yrs old

Chat about gaming etc.

Activity Group 6.15pm to 7.45pm = 8-12 years old

Currently held via Zoom

Fridays

Gaming group 5-6pm for 8-18yrs old

Chat about gaming etc.

Friendship group 6.15-8.15

For young people who have attended our friendship group in the past and those who are on verge of independence with travel and money. By invite only.

Both currently held by Zoom

Saturdays

Activity Groups 8-18yrs.  From 10.15-11.45 and 12.15-1.45

For young people with ASD and social communication difficulties as primary need.

Opportunity to form friendships, play games and have fun.

RAINBOW GROUPS

Monday 3.30-4.30 usually at Bromborough but now online

Friday 9.45 – 10.45 usually at Brassey Gardens but now online

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