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    Sunday afternoons during school terms
    Autism Berkshire runs free trampolining sessions for children and young people aged five to 17 with autism spectrum conditions in Bracknell. Due to reduced availability of venues and coaches, capacity is currently limited and we are not currently accepting new names on our waiting list. The…
    Autism Berkshire
  2. The Autism Education Trust (AET) believes that all children and young people with autism must receive an education which enables them to reach their individual potential to engage in society as active citizens (and that individuals, families and professionals are informed, supported and equipped to…
    393City RoadLondonEC1V 1NG
  3. Second Sunday of the Month
    Autism Friendly Screenings at Showcase Cinemas Autism Friendly screenings in partnership with not-for-profit support provider, Dimensions. Screenings will take place every second Sunday of the Month at 10am What makes the screenings autism friendly? • The lights will be on low• The volume will be…
    Reading RoadWinnershBerkshireRG41 5HG
  4. Offers training and talks about autism from an informed insider perspective.  We also offer help to autistic adults, their families, or counsellors and therapists to understand and best manage the impact of autism. There is a charge for using this service
  5. The Autism Trust is open Wednesday to Friday from 9.30am until 3.30pm, throughout the year.
    The Autism Trust provides an ASD friendly, real working environment, fostering independence and building work skills for individuals aged 16 years and older, with autism. This can be achieved through work experience or where applicable participation in the ASDAN Employability programme.
    12a - 18aPrincess WayCamberleySurreyGU15 3SP
    The Autism Trust
  6. 3rd Sunday of each month
    Autistic Pride Reading was registered as a charity on 22nd November 2018. Celebrating the WHOLE spectrum by providing autistic friendly events and activities in the Berkshire area. Including our annual Autistic Pride event in Prospect Park. We have plans to offer advocacy on an individual…
    Hollybush LaneBurghfield CommonReadingRG7 3FL
  7. Provide specialist equipment/hoists to promote obstacle-free motoring:, including equipment for  people needing help to enter and exit their vehicle Drivers requiring adaptions to make it easier to control the vehicle enabling wheelchairs and scooters be be transported in the vehicle  

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This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Reading Services Guide, Reading Borough Council (RBC) and Brighter Futures for Children (BFfC) cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations. Information collected by Reading Service Guide; is used solely to implement and supply the Family Information Service (FIS), Special Educational Needs & Disabilities - Reading's Local Offer, Adults & Carers Support Group and Reading Youth.

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fis@reading.gov.uk 0118 937 3777 OPTION 2 0118 937 3777 OPTION 2

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localoffer@reading.gov.uk 0118 937 3777 OPTION 2 0118 937 3777 OPTION 2

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CSAAdvice.Signposting@reading.gov.uk 0118 937 3747 0118 937 3747
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