We are taking part in the A2ndvoice Autism Easter Holiday Family Event providing Creative Dance sessions which will cater for the age range of the children taking part.

We have supported and attended A2ndvoice holiday programmes for some years now, and are delighted to be continuing for the Easter holidays. We will be attending from 2nd - 5th April from 1.00 pm, however, there are lots of other activities planned and the timings for the full programme run between 12 - 4 pm each day - flyer and full details are below.

Venue: Bruce Hall, All Saints Church, Brudenhall Road, Tooting, London SW17 8DQ.

For full details of the event, please visit the A2ndvoice website or click on the booking link below

About A2ndvoice
They are a not-for-profit organisation supporting the needs of autistic people and their families, raising awareness and understanding from different perspectives, outreaching also to the Africa, Caribbean, Asian, and Minority Ethnic Communities (ACAME) and Dual Heritage Communities in tackling the taboos and myths around Autism.

They host a range of activities and events looking at the needs of the family and provide support, advice and consultations including Family Support via their various groups and activities.

Their Aims and Objectives:
Cultural Diversity is the key to making a difference amongst all individuals, communities, faith groups, and organisations by bridging the gap between parents and professionals with support from Autistic Specialists and Autistic Adults.

  • To inspire, empower, share information and build a network in providing ongoing support pertaining to the well-being and lifestyle of parents and carers with autistic children or adults
  • Provide Pre-natal and post-natal workshops
  • Provide support for fathers and single fathers to share similar experiences together.
  • Provide a support service within the school setting, which outreach to the hard-to-reach parents/carers who may be in denial and/or lacking understanding of the condition
  • Increase awareness by all means that our local community and businesses will lead to more personal involvement, understanding, and more cultural, educational and social activities, which will create a better community and a better place for those living with Autism, ADHD and PDA
  • Provide information, resources and tailor-made packages for Faith Groups and establishments
  • Work in partnership with individuals and organisations that deal with Youth Services within the Criminal Justice System.

Social Events
A2ndvoice CIC specialises in providing autism-specific services to children, teenagers, and their families, in order to help them better understand their autism as well as any interpersonal and communication challenges. They have a variety of events to offer, such as parent courses, CPD training, workshops, play and learning activities, and various events, prevention and avoidance webinars plus webinars looking at the cultural perspective in supporting African, Caribbean, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities and Dual Heritage Communities.

HAF Programmes
All parents and carers, children, and young people are welcome to participate in their Holiday Activity and Food (HAF) Program. Their goal is to provide effective activities for everyone, including sports and art activities, healthy eating and meals, and more, based on the needs of individuals.

Family Support and Groups
They understand how difficult the autism diagnostic assessment process, as well as the daily challenges of living with autism in the family, can be. With the various events they organise, they hope to provide parents with autism-specific information, advice, and support. They offer coffee and information mornings, in person and online meetings at A2ndvoice.

Contact Details
Website: www.a2ndvoicecic.co.uk
Email: hello@a2ndvoicecic.co.uk
Phone: 020 3376 7393 / 07947 198 362
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