NAS Surrey Branch Newsletters and Calendar

Parent Volunteers from the NAS Surrey Branch publish a newsletter every two months. It includes:

 

  • A calendar of all our meetings – on Zoom and in-person around Surrey
  • Details of upcoming talks, webinars and seminars
  • Information about family activities
  • News and information, including details of consultations
  • Information specifically for autistic adults and people who know them
  • Requests for participation in research projects

 

You can sign up to have the newsletter emailed to you for free every two months here.

 

The Branch is part of The National Autistic Society which exists to champion the rights and interests of all people with autistic spectrum disorders and to ensure that they and their families receive quality services appropriate to their needs.

 

The National Autistic Society is a registered charity, number 269425 – this is also the charity number for the branch. The NAS is a company limited by guarantee: number 1205298.

The views expressed in Surrey News are not necessarily those of the National Autistic Society, and reference to any specific services or approaches to autism does not imply endorsement.  All material is copyright NAS Surrey Branch and cannot be reproduced without permission.

NAS Surrey News October-November 2021

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In this issue….

See p8 – 9 for our calendar of online and in-person meetings for parents of children, plus groups for parent/carers of autistic adults, girls and housebound people, those with PDA and partners of autistic people.

 

  • Talk: Fostering a Positive Autistic Identity for Wellbeing – p3
  • URGENT: Please share your views on Christmas Party – p3
  • Surrey All Age Autism Strategy published – p4
  • NAS Autism and Education Conference – p5
  • Action for Carers Talk on EHCPs for 19 – 25 Year-Olds – p5
  • All Aboard Inclusive Train Play Group – p5
  • Mindworks Surrey emotional wellbeing & mental health service for children and young people – p7

Information for Adults, Young People and their families:

  • Workshop on Caring for Autistic Adults – p14
  • NAS Transition Support Helpline – p14
  • Ambitious About Autism New Employment Toolkit – p15
  • Useful information on Surrey Learning Disabilities and Autism Hub – p15