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Project Aspie Plans for July
Saturday, 14 May 2016
Project Aspie launched ‘Alphabet 12’ an interactive and versatile Opportunity Support Group for people with Asperger's Syndrome and Autism to gain opportunities to live healthy and independent lives in the community.
This will be beneficial for people with Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism. It is free and is suitable for people who meet the following criteria:
This will include various Subjects Themes including Creative Arts, Education, Employment, Health and much more.
Audience for 'Alphabet 12' also includes Advocates, Carers, Families, Parents, Siblings and Support Workers to name some examples.
Various Guest Speakers from different ages, backgrounds, cultures and professions feature on every monthly session of ‘Alphabet 12’.
Members of the team of the makers of ‘The Undateables’ will be attending as guests as they will be discussing news on the up and coming new series of the television programme.
‘Alphabet 12’ takes place on the last Saturday of every month (excluding December) at The Learning Zone, Birmingham Museum & Arts Gallery from 10.30 am till 12.30 pm.
'Alphabet 12' sessions start 10.30 am till 12.30 pm.
Arrival / Registration is 10.15 am.
‘Alphabet 12’ Service User Anna says ‘I enjoy Project Aspie’s ‘Alphabet 12’ as it has empowered me. It has given me a purpose and I want the project to benefit others’.
‘Alphabet 12’ is funded by Big Lottery Fund and is supported by Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
For more details and information on ‘Alphabet 12’ contact Project Aspie on 07802 658150 or firstname.lastname@example.org.