New for 2023!
Artistes for Autism’ – in association with Wandsworth Arts Festival
and The Royal Academy of Dance.
We will kick off 2023 with our ‘Artistes For Autism’ Project
This new project led by MovementWorks will feature a selected group of autistic young people in the collaborative creation of a dance piece to be showcased as part of a larger Community Day of Dance to be held on June 11th at the Royal Academy of Dance.
This project is for a small group of young autistic people (aged 11 to 15 years) and involves attending a weekly dance club to prepare for the Day of Dance.
For more information and to apply, please visit our dedicated webpage.
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We regularly provide our sessions at the various holiday schemes and events hosted by A2ndVoice. an Autism Support Group. For our up and coming dates, please visit our Events Page.
A2ndVoice also provides regular events in Wandsworth, Lambeth and Croydon, full details can be found on their website: www.a2ndvoice.com where you can also find support, advice and information
A2ndVoice is a social enterprise not-for-profit organisation supporting the needs of autistic people and their families, raising awareness and understanding from different perspectives, outreaching also to the ACAME and Dual Heritage Communities in tackling the taboos and myths around Autism.
We provide a monthly session of Autism Movement Therapy® for BRIGHTSTARS Special Club generally on the fourth Saturday in a month. For up and coming dates, please visit our Events Page.
BRIGHTSTARS is a small community club based in London N8, providing a platform for those with autism to have fun and a place where they feel safe and confident to be themselves. Their mission is to provide Autistic youth with an environment where they can express themselves socially and communicate through creative workshops. They do this through activities such as African Drumming and Dance, Drama, Art, Movement Therapy, Singing, Book Club and Sports Therapy. They support their members through transition and provide networking opportunities. For more information about their activities and events, please visit their website: www.brightstarsspecialclub.com