Workshops

As part of the Ask About Autism service, we’re delighted to be able to offer parent carers a range of virtual workshops. We’ll be holding a series of workshops on anxiety, sex and relationships and challenging behaviour.

Workshops on Anxiety, Sex and Relationships

Virtual Sessions with Dr. Mark Brown from Special Help for Special Needs

More About Mark

Dr Mark Brown, founder of Special Help 4 Special Needs has over 30 years’ experience working with neurodivergent people, which includes working with children and their families since 2000. Mark’s work provides an individualised, practical based approach which aims to provide the individual and those around them with the tools to explore themselves as well as help their further development.

When are the workshops?

We’re offering 12 virtual group sessions with Mark – one a month, covering anxiety, sex and relationships. There is no need to commit to all 12 sessions although they will be invaluable.

The sessions will run between 19:00 and 21:00 on the following dates:

18th July 2022
18th August 2022
12th September 2022
19th October 2022
24th November 2022
19th December 2022
19th January 2023
27th February 2023
30th March 2023

To book a place on these sessions then please email: parentsvoice@peoplematteriw.org

* These sessions will be offered free of charge to parent carers across the Isle of Wight and Hampshire.

Workshops on Challenging Behaviour

We are excited to be able to offer 12 virtual group sessions with Yvonne – one a month, covering a variety of topics around challenging behavior.

There is no need to commit to all 12 sessions although they will be invaluable.

The sessions will run between 09:30 and 13:30 on the following dates:

26th April 2022
17th May 2022
14th June 2022
12th July 2022
23rd August 2022
September TBC
17th October 2022
22nd November 2022
5th December 2022
12th January 2023
9th February 2023
9th March 2023

To book a place on these sessions then please email: -parentsvoice@peoplematteriw.org

* These sessions are free of charge to parent carers across the Isle of Wight and Hampshire.

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