Together achieving better decisions and brighter futures for Manchester families of children and young people aged 0-25 with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

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This workshop is led by senior mental health professionals working in the Social Communication Pathway and will provide the opportunity to:

This session will include:

  • Develop your understanding of Autism.
  • Consider what being autistic might mean for your child/young person.
  • Think about factors that might impact on wellbeing for autistic people.
  • Learn about approaches to support wellbeing and how to access further help.
  • Hear about the experiences of other families and share your own experiences if you wish.

Biscuits, tea and coffee will be provided. However, lunch isn’t provided so please make sure to bring your own food for the lunch break.

If you need an interpreter to access the session, please email with at least a week’s notice before the session. Each session can only cater for one interpreter so please contact the SCP team ASAP if you require one.

Any queries about this session can be directed to:

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Important Notes:

Booking is essential. This is a parent-only session so please do not bring children to the workshop.

As a post-diagnostic workshop, this session is offered to parents and carers of children or young people who have received a formal diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition from Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT).

This can be from any of the three Social Communication Pathway (SCP) teams – South Manchester (Carol Kendrick Centre), Central Manchester (The Powerhouse/ Winnicott Centre), and North Manchester (The Powerhouse/The Bridge).

The photo shows the CAMHS Community, CAMHS, and MFT logos, from left to right, respectively.

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