In order to reduce risks to our members and team, we have cancelled our group sessions up to and including 18th April 2020.
Our staff are now working remotely and we are setting up call diverts so that we can continue to offer our helpline and general enquiries services. If you need help or advice please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We aim to respond to emails within 48 hours on any working week day. Responses may be delayed, because we are receiving a high volume of enquiries but we will get back to you as soon as we can.Find out more
1 week ago
🤩🥰 It's World Autism Awareness Week! 🤩😍
Today's letter is A.
A is for Autism.
Did you know that Autism is a lifelong developmental disability and NOT a mental health condition? It's also not a learning disability. https://t.co/jmXpwVYnE1
Just a reminder about some of the additional services we are providing to support families through this tough time:
- As well as our usual 9am to 5pm helpline service, we have a texting service twice a week, this includes TONIGHT between 6pm and 8pm;
- We have a support group on Facebook, please feel free to like/ follow to get support at this difficult time;
- We have resources available to download FREE from our website: autismbedfordshire.net;
- We now have an instagram page: @abchildrenservices.
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