Autism Berkshire - Let's Get Chatting - Online Social Group
Let's Get Chatting online new course
Let's Get Chatting is a new free social communication course developed by Autism Berkshire, exploring social conversations and social interaction.
The course is for small groups of autistic young people and adults and offers a friendly and supportive setting.
Topics covered during the course, which runs over seven classes, include: Why we have conversations; body language; conversation volume and tone; facial expressions; eye contact; joining a conversation; and ending a conversation.
The first Let’s Get Chatting course will take place online and is open to autistic young people aged 16 to 19, who are registered with a GP surgery in the Berkshire West NHS area – the Reading, Wokingham and West Berkshire council areas.
To register an interest in you or a young person in your family taking part in this course, please email us at email@example.com – put Let’s Get Chatting in the subject line – or complete our online referral form - include a daytime phone number.
We will then get in touch for an informal discussion, to make sure that the course is suitable for you or a member of your family.
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