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Creatovators - Pre/Post Diagnostic Sessions

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Tuesday 18th January  |   
6.30pm - 9.30pm   |   by Creatovators 

Pre/Post Diagnostic Sessions for parents and carers of autistic people.

About Creatovators

Creatovators is a Social Enterprise with a passionate belief that autistic people have a lot to offer. By providing help and support to them, their families, professionals, companies and organisations Creatovators are seeing significant success stories as a result of their supported individual led, “can do” approach. 

Their services, which have grown from a unique blend of training, personal experience and user’s input, include LEGO®-based Therapy, a monthly playscheme for the whole family, training sessions and professional services such as consultations.

Creatovators know how difficult the time before and after diagnosis of Autism can be. The emotions involved, meetings with different professionals and everything surrounding the whole process can be time consuming and traumatic. Having walked this path and with their training and expertise, you will come together to listen to each other and provide information in two evening sessions. 

On Tuesday 18th January the focus will be on Autism. Dr David Simmons a lecturer in Glasgow University and a parent to an autistic individual, will be presenting on Autism, what the diagnosis means, and sensory issues and asking his son, Ed Simmons, for his lived experience. (Ed is Autistic) 

On Tuesday 25th January the focus will be on support. Charlene Tait, our Deputy CEO will be presenting on the support Scottish Autism can give, June Grindley (MSc in Autism) and a parent to an autistic individual will be presenting on pathways to support in East Dunbartonshire and Carla Faulkner and Maya Devlin will present on their lived experience as a Mum and daughter who received a diagnosis when she was 12.

On both evenings there will be a panel for questions, made up of the people presenting on the night and Susanna Henderson, an autistic student in her final year at Glasgow University. There will be local support organisations present to give information and answer questions.
6:30pm to 9:30pm
18th January 2022 to 18th January 2022
1 Session: £20.
Bearsden Baptist Church 14 Roman Road Bearsden G61 2SL United Kingdom

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