Practical Training For Parents Living With Autism
Do you have you a child who has just been diagnosed with Autism? Are you a parent/carer with a child waiting for a diagnosis?
Then our training session could be for you:
- DATE: Monday 15th June 2015
- TIME: 10.30am – 1.30pm (Refreshments Provided)
- VENUE: Taunton Hall, 90 Taunton Road, Harold Hill, Essex, RM3 7SU
To book your place please contact us on:
- Tel: 01708 564871
- Email: email@example.com
Romford Autistic Group SupportRAGS provide help and support for families who have a child / children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. We believe that every person with autism has potential to fulfil, and we enable this by supporting the entire family - parents, siblings and the individual with autism.
Romford Autistic Group SupportRAGS was founded in 2003 by a group of Havering parents who have children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. We became a registered Charity in 2009.
Romford Autistic Group SupportWe are proud to be Havering’s support group for parents of children with Autism, run by parents of children with Autism.
RAGS invite you to our 'Drop in Session' Wednesday 13th May 10am - 2pm
If you need information, a chat or just a shoulder to cry on, please come along and see us for tea/coffee & refreshments, you will be very welcome.
Taunton Hall 90 Taunton Road Harold Hill RM3 7SU
Tel: 01708 564871 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Introduction to Romford Autistic Group Support
- Are you a young person with Autism/Aspergers?
- Do you care for some one with Autism/Aspergers?
- Do you have concerns about your child’s development or behaviour?
RAGS offers a support network for families who have a member with a diagnosis of an autism spectrum condition or who are seeking a diagnosis.
We are the only independent parent lead support group based in Havering for families in Havering.
Our board of Trustees is made up of local parents and experienced professionals in the field of autism.
RAGS welcome families that may not meet the criteria for support elsewhere. We believe life is challenging enough without having to fight for your concerns to be heard because of a failure to tick someone’s box.
RAGS are self supporting, we rely on donations, fundraising & membership subscriptions.
Autism is a condition that impacts on the whole family RAGS welcomes siblings to our activities because we believe they have special needs too.