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A place to be yourself and discuss matters that are important to you.

Wednesday, September 29 at 6 PM - 7:30 PM PDT

Stuck at home? Looking for a place to discuss matters that are important to you and meet cool people like you during this quarantine?

Welcome to our group! You have come to the right place!

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS GROUP

1) A place to discuss what is important to you

2) A place to be yourself without fear of judgment from others

3) A place to talk about your interests

4) A place to make friends

5) A place to share your insights

6) A place to learn from others

 

GROUP STRUCTURE

We ask that you mute yourself when it is not your turn to talk.

Group starts promptly at 6PM.

The first portion of the discussion group is a show and tell to give everyone the opportunity to learn about each other and to develop connections and friendships.

The second part of the group discussion pertains to pressing matters you or other members may be facing. This is your opportunity to get feedback and insights from other members, or for you to share good news and success stories.

The third part of the group focuses on the main topic discussion which varies on a wide range of subjects from how to make friends, dating, employment, setting boundaries and not getting taken advantage of, avoiding toxic people, among many other topics.

This group is scheduled to last 90 minutes but may end earlier or go longer depending on the number of attendees.

Wednesday, September 1 at 6 PM - 7:30 PM PDT

Stuck at home? Looking for a place to discuss matters that are important to you and meet cool people like you during this quarantine?

Welcome to our group! You have come to the right place!

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS GROUP

1) A place to discuss what is important to you

2) A place to be yourself without fear of judgment from others

3) A place to talk about your interests

4) A place to make friends

5) A place to share your insights

6) A place to learn from others

 

GROUP STRUCTURE

We ask that you mute yourself when it is not your turn to talk.

Group starts promptly at 6PM.

The first portion of the discussion group is a show and tell to give everyone the opportunity to learn about each other and to develop connections and friendships.

The second part of the group discussion pertains to pressing matters you or other members may be facing. This is your opportunity to get feedback and insights from other members, or for you to share good news and success stories.

The third part of the group focuses on the main topic discussion which varies on a wide range of subjects from how to make friends, dating, employment, setting boundaries and not getting taken advantage of, avoiding toxic people, among many other topics.

This group is scheduled to last 90 minutes but may end earlier or go longer depending on the number of attendees.

Wednesday, August 25 at 6 PM - 7:30 PM PDT

Stuck at home? Looking for a place to discuss matters that are important to you and meet cool people like you during this quarantine?

Welcome to our group! You have come to the right place!

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS GROUP

1) A place to discuss what is important to you

2) A place to be yourself without fear of judgment from others

3) A place to talk about your interests

4) A place to make friends

5) A place to share your insights

6) A place to learn from others

 

GROUP STRUCTURE

We ask that you mute yourself when it is not your turn to talk.

Group starts promptly at 6PM.

The first portion of the discussion group is a show and tell to give everyone the opportunity to learn about each other and to develop connections and friendships.

The second part of the group discussion pertains to pressing matters you or other members may be facing. This is your opportunity to get feedback and insights from other members, or for you to share good news and success stories.

The third part of the group focuses on the main topic discussion which varies on a wide range of subjects from how to make friends, dating, employment, setting boundaries and not getting taken advantage of, avoiding toxic people, among many other topics.

This group is scheduled to last 90 minutes but may end earlier or go longer depending on the number of attendees.

Wednesday, August 18 at 6 PM - 7:30 PM PDT

Stuck at home? Looking for a place to discuss matters that are important to you and meet cool people like you during this quarantine?

Welcome to our group! You have come to the right place!

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS GROUP

1) A place to discuss what is important to you

2) A place to be yourself without fear of judgment from others

3) A place to talk about your interests

4) A place to make friends

5) A place to share your insights

6) A place to learn from others

 

GROUP STRUCTURE

We ask that you mute yourself when it is not your turn to talk.

Group starts promptly at 6PM.

The first portion of the discussion group is a show and tell to give everyone the opportunity to learn about each other and to develop connections and friendships.

The second part of the group discussion pertains to pressing matters you or other members may be facing. This is your opportunity to get feedback and insights from other members, or for you to share good news and success stories.

The third part of the group focuses on the main topic discussion which varies on a wide range of subjects from how to make friends, dating, employment, setting boundaries and not getting taken advantage of, avoiding toxic people, among many other topics.

This group is scheduled to last 90 minutes but may end earlier or go longer depending on the number of attendees.

Wednesday, August 11 at 6 PM - 7:30 PM PDT

Stuck at home? Looking for a place to discuss matters that are important to you and meet cool people like you during this quarantine?

Welcome to our group! You have come to the right place!

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS GROUP

1) A place to discuss what is important to you

2) A place to be yourself without fear of judgment from others

3) A place to talk about your interests

4) A place to make friends

5) A place to share your insights

6) A place to learn from others

 

GROUP STRUCTURE

We ask that you mute yourself when it is not your turn to talk.

Group starts promptly at 6PM.

The first portion of the discussion group is a show and tell to give everyone the opportunity to learn about each other and to develop connections and friendships.

The second part of the group discussion pertains to pressing matters you or other members may be facing. This is your opportunity to get feedback and insights from other members, or for you to share good news and success stories.

The third part of the group focuses on the main topic discussion which varies on a wide range of subjects from how to make friends, dating, employment, setting boundaries and not getting taken advantage of, avoiding toxic people, among many other topics.

This group is scheduled to last 90 minutes but may end earlier or go longer depending on the number of attendees.

Wednesday, August 4 at 6 PM - 7:30 PM PDT

Please email merseysideautisticadults@gmail.com with your name and autism/Asperger's status and we will send you details on how to access the online meeting.

 

Liz will be hosting this meeting. The TOPIC for this meeting is MUSIC.

Questions to think about: What types of music do you like listening to? Do you have favourite bands or artists? Do you play an instrument or sing? Do you enjoy going to live music events? Do sensory issues affect the way you experience music, either in a positive or negative way?

 

It's fine to go off the discussion topic - the set topic just gives the meetings a bit of direction and allows people to prepare what they want to say. As always feel free to drop in and out of the meeting whenever you want.

 

Friday, August 6 at 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM EDT

The following Laser CACHE endorsed online courses are each approximately 6 -10 hours of learning, you can complete the course on the day or divide your learning up into smaller amounts of study time over a few weeks. On successful completion, you can download your CPD certificate.

Asperger Syndrome

This CACHE endorsed short course will explore the effect of the syndrome on the individual who has it. It introduces you to the areas that a person with Asperger syndrome might struggle with, and provides resources to help understand how they interact with, and interpret, the world around them. This course is intended for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of the syndrome.

Supporting children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

This short course will explore Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and is suitable for those working with children and young people. It explains the difference between ADHD and ADD and helps you to spot the signs and symptoms, understand the causes, and provide support to children with ADHD, and their families.

Supporting children with Autism

More than 1 in 100 people in the UK are on the autism spectrum so it's likely that you will be supporting children with Autism in early years settings, schools, colleges, and care provisions. Learn common signs of Autism, how the condition affects children across a range of developmental areas and ages, and interventions and approaches that can help.

Sunday, August 22 at 10 AM - 4 PM BST

The following Laser CACHE endorsed online courses are each approximately 6 -10 hours of learning, you can complete the course on the day or divide your learning up into smaller amounts of study time over a few weeks. On successful completion, you can download your CPD certificate.

Asperger Syndrome

This CACHE endorsed short course will explore the effect of the syndrome on the individual who has it. It introduces you to the areas that a person with Asperger syndrome might struggle with, and provides resources to help understand how they interact with, and interpret, the world around them. This course is intended for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of the syndrome.

Supporting children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

This short course will explore Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and is suitable for those working with children and young people. It explains the difference between ADHD and ADD and helps you to spot the signs and symptoms, understand the causes, and provide support to children with ADHD, and their families.

Supporting children with Autism

More than 1 in 100 people in the UK are on the autism spectrum so it's likely that you will be supporting children with Autism in early years settings, schools, colleges, and care provisions. Learn common signs of Autism, how the condition affects children across a range of developmental areas and ages, and interventions and approaches that can help.

Saturday, August 21 at 10 AM - 4 PM BST

The following Laser CACHE endorsed online courses are each approximately 6 -10 hours of learning, you can complete the course on the day or divide your learning up into smaller amounts of study time over a few weeks. On successful completion, you can download your CPD certificate.

Asperger Syndrome

This CACHE endorsed short course will explore the effect of the syndrome on the individual who has it. It introduces you to the areas that a person with Asperger syndrome might struggle with, and provides resources to help understand how they interact with, and interpret, the world around them. This course is intended for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of the syndrome.

Supporting children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

This short course will explore Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and is suitable for those working with children and young people. It explains the difference between ADHD and ADD and helps you to spot the signs and symptoms, understand the causes, and provide support to children with ADHD, and their families.

Supporting children with Autism

More than 1 in 100 people in the UK are on the autism spectrum so it's likely that you will be supporting children with Autism in early years settings, schools, colleges, and care provisions. Learn common signs of Autism, how the condition affects children across a range of developmental areas and ages, and interventions and approaches that can help.

Sunday, August 15 at 10 AM - 4 PM BST

The following Laser CACHE endorsed online courses are each approximately 6 -10 hours of learning, you can complete the course on the day or divide your learning up into smaller amounts of study time over a few weeks. On successful completion, you can download your CPD certificate.

Asperger Syndrome

This CACHE endorsed short course will explore the effect of the syndrome on the individual who has it. It introduces you to the areas that a person with Asperger syndrome might struggle with, and provides resources to help understand how they interact with, and interpret, the world around them. This course is intended for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of the syndrome.

Supporting children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

This short course will explore Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and is suitable for those working with children and young people. It explains the difference between ADHD and ADD and helps you to spot the signs and symptoms, understand the causes, and provide support to children with ADHD, and their families.

Supporting children with Autism

More than 1 in 100 people in the UK are on the autism spectrum so it's likely that you will be supporting children with Autism in early years settings, schools, colleges, and care provisions. Learn common signs of Autism, how the condition affects children across a range of developmental areas and ages, and interventions and approaches that can help.

Saturday, August 14 at 10 AM - 4 PM BST

The following Laser CACHE endorsed online courses are each approximately 6 -10 hours of learning, you can complete the course on the day or divide your learning up into smaller amounts of study time over a few weeks. On successful completion, you can download your CPD certificate.

Asperger Syndrome

This CACHE endorsed short course will explore the effect of the syndrome on the individual who has it. It introduces you to the areas that a person with Asperger syndrome might struggle with, and provides resources to help understand how they interact with, and interpret, the world around them. This course is intended for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of the syndrome.

Supporting children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

This short course will explore Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and is suitable for those working with children and young people. It explains the difference between ADHD and ADD and helps you to spot the signs and symptoms, understand the causes, and provide support to children with ADHD, and their families.

Supporting children with Autism

More than 1 in 100 people in the UK are on the autism spectrum so it's likely that you will be supporting children with Autism in early years settings, schools, colleges, and care provisions. Learn common signs of Autism, how the condition affects children across a range of developmental areas and ages, and interventions and approaches that can help.

Sunday, August 8 at 10 AM - 4 PM BST

The following Laser CACHE endorsed online courses are each approximately 6 -10 hours of learning, you can complete the course on the day or divide your learning up into smaller amounts of study time over a few weeks. On successful completion, you can download your CPD certificate.

Asperger Syndrome

This CACHE endorsed short course will explore the effect of the syndrome on the individual who has it. It introduces you to the areas that a person with Asperger syndrome might struggle with, and provides resources to help understand how they interact with, and interpret, the world around them. This course is intended for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of the syndrome.

Supporting children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

This short course will explore Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and is suitable for those working with children and young people. It explains the difference between ADHD and ADD and helps you to spot the signs and symptoms, understand the causes, and provide support to children with ADHD, and their families.

Supporting children with Autism

More than 1 in 100 people in the UK are on the autism spectrum so it's likely that you will be supporting children with Autism in early years settings, schools, colleges, and care provisions. Learn common signs of Autism, how the condition affects children across a range of developmental areas and ages, and interventions and approaches that can help.

Saturday, August 7 at 10 AM - 4 PM BST

The following Laser CACHE endorsed online courses are each approximately 6 -10 hours of learning, you can complete the course on the day or divide your learning up into smaller amounts of study time over a few weeks. On successful completion, you can download your CPD certificate.

Asperger Syndrome

This CACHE endorsed short course will explore the effect of the syndrome on the individual who has it. It introduces you to the areas that a person with Asperger syndrome might struggle with, and provides resources to help understand how they interact with, and interpret, the world around them. This course is intended for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of the syndrome.

Supporting children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

This short course will explore Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and is suitable for those working with children and young people. It explains the difference between ADHD and ADD and helps you to spot the signs and symptoms, understand the causes, and provide support to children with ADHD, and their families.

Supporting children with Autism

More than 1 in 100 people in the UK are on the autism spectrum so it's likely that you will be supporting children with Autism in early years settings, schools, colleges, and care provisions. Learn common signs of Autism, how the condition affects children across a range of developmental areas and ages, and interventions and approaches that can help.

Sunday, August 1 at 10 AM - 4 PM BST

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS GROUP

1) Meet fun people on the autism spectrum like yourself

2) Engage in fun social games and activities over ZOOM such as Family Feud, Mad Libs, Jackbox Games and others.

3) Be yourself and share your interests whether you are into Power Rangers, My Little Pony, Anime, Beanie Babies, or anything else. This is the group for you.

Saturday, July 3 at 1 PM - 2:30 PM PDT
Wednesday, June 30 at 6 PM - 7:30 PM PDT

Stuck at home? Looking for a place to discuss matters that are important to you and meet cool people like you during this quarantine?

Welcome to our group! You have come to the right place!

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS GROUP

1) A place to discuss what is important to you

2) A place to be yourself without fear of judgment from others

3) A place to talk about your interests

4) A place to make friends

5) A place to share your insights

6) A place to learn from others

 

GROUP STRUCTURE

We ask that you mute yourself when it is not your turn to talk.

Group starts promptly at 6PM.

The first portion of the discussion group is a show and tell to give everyone the opportunity to learn about each other and to develop connections and friendships.

The second part of the group discussion pertains to pressing matters you or other members may be facing. This is your opportunity to get feedback and insights from other members, or for you to share good news and success stories.

The third part of the group focuses on the main topic discussion which varies on a wide range of subjects from how to make friends, dating, employment, setting boundaries and not getting taken advantage of, avoiding toxic people, among many other topics.

This group is scheduled to last 90 minutes but may end earlier or go longer depending on the number of attendees.

Wednesday, July 28 at 6 PM - 7:30 PM PDT

Stuck at home? Looking for a place to discuss matters that are important to you and meet cool people like you during this quarantine?

Welcome to our group! You have come to the right place!

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS GROUP

1) A place to discuss what is important to you

2) A place to be yourself without fear of judgment from others

3) A place to talk about your interests

4) A place to make friends

5) A place to share your insights

6) A place to learn from others

 

GROUP STRUCTURE

We ask that you mute yourself when it is not your turn to talk.

Group starts promptly at 6PM.

The first portion of the discussion group is a show and tell to give everyone the opportunity to learn about each other and to develop connections and friendships.

The second part of the group discussion pertains to pressing matters you or other members may be facing. This is your opportunity to get feedback and insights from other members, or for you to share good news and success stories.

The third part of the group focuses on the main topic discussion which varies on a wide range of subjects from how to make friends, dating, employment, setting boundaries and not getting taken advantage of, avoiding toxic people, among many other topics.

This group is scheduled to last 90 minutes but may end earlier or go longer depending on the number of attendees.

Wednesday, July 21 at 6 PM - 7:30 PM PDT

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS GROUP

1) Meet fun people on the autism spectrum like yourself

2) Engage in fun social games and activities over ZOOM such as Family Feud, Mad Libs, Jackbox Games and others.

3) Be yourself and share your interests whether you are into Power Rangers, My Little Pony, Anime, Beanie Babies, or anything else. This is the group for you.

Saturday, June 26 at 1 PM - 2:30 PM PDT

Off, Odd, Different...Special? Learning Disabilities, ADHD, Aspergers Syndrome and Giftedness in Therapay, Part 2 | CEUs Available

Saturday, June 26 at 1 PM - 4 PM EDT
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