Activities

Our branch events and activities are offered primarily, and sometimes exclusively, to our branch members. Membership of the Sutton branch is free and you can become a member and join our mailing list by completing the registration form on our Membership page.

Adults with Autism Support Group

Date: 28th May 2019

Time: 6.30 - 8.00 pm

Location: Carshalton Beeches Baptist Church

Adult

A group for adults with a diagnosis or who think they may have an autism spectrum condition providing a chance to chat, relate, learn and share  in a friendly and informal setting, with a topic, activity or guest speaker.

Adults with Autism Social Group

Date: 10th June 2019

Time: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Location: Coffeezone, Cheam

Adult

A chance for adults with autism to meet for a chat. 

You will need to buy your own refreshments

Special Needs Drop In Advice Group with Mark Brown

Date: 10th June 2019

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location: Wallington United Reformed Church, Stanley Park Road, Wallington, SM6 0ET

Parent / Carer

Join Mark Brown from Special Help 4 Special Needs in this friendly and informal drop in advice group for parents and carers of children with additional needs. Mark Brown is an expert in a range of topics including toileting, sleep, behaviour, puberty and obsessions. He has worked with many families to help them overcome a wide range of issues and he is generously donating his time to help local families in Sutton. Come along and ask him any questions you have and meet up with other parents and carers.

Introduction to Autism with Adapt to Learn

Date: 11th June 2019

Time: 9.30am - 11am

Location: Church of the Good Shepherd, Carshalton Beeches

NAS Sutton welcome back Tracy and Melanie from Adapt to Learn for their Introduction to Autism talk which is especially relevant for parents whose kids have just been diagnosed.

This talk will give you a greater knowledge and understanding of autism, along with a greater understanding of how everyday situations can impact on your children and why they may display particular behaviours. They will also share strategies that may help your children.

Places must be booked in advance £3 pp

NAS Sutton Professional Training: Understanding Anxiety & Resilience in the Classroom

Date: 18th June 2019

Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Location: Church of the Good Shepherd, Carshalton Beeches

NAS Sutton and Adapt to Learn are pleased to offer another training session for professionals.

Melanie and Tracy of Adapt to Learn, formerly worked for Sutton Autism Team and are extremely experienced in all things autism. This time they will be exploring anxiety and resilience of those with autism in a school setting.

We all suffer from anxiety from time to time. Why do the daily lives of children with autism seem to be affected more than most? How can we help?

Learn how anxiety impacts on us all, how to respond to it and how to build resilience in both ourselves and the children in our care.

Places must be booked in advance.

Doors open at 9.45am for Tea and Coffee and session will start at 10am.

£20pp

Lego Club for Primary Aged Children

Date: 23rd June 2019

Time: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location: Wallington United Reformed Church, Stanley Park Road, Wallington, SM6 0ET

Child / Adolescent

Our popular members only lego club is aimed at children with autism who are of primary school age.  Siblings are welcome too as long as they are also of primary age.

Booking not yet open.

Anxiety & Obsessions with Mark Brown

Date: 26th June 2019

Time: 7pm - 8.45pm

Booking Not Yet Open

The Sensory World of Autism with Moyna Talcer (Highly Specialised OT)

Date: 1st July 2019

Time: 7pm - 8.45pm

NAS Sutton Professionals Training: Understanding Autism with Adapt to Learn

Date: 1st October 2019

Time: 10:00 - 11:30am

Location: Church of the Good Shepherd, Carshalton Beeches

NAS Sutton and Adapt to Learn are pleased to offer another training session for professionals.

Melanie and Tracy of Adapt to Learn, formerly worked for Sutton Autism Team and are extremely experienced in all things autism. This time they will be exploring anxiety and resilience of those with autism in a school setting.

We all suffer from anxiety from time to time. Why do the daily lives of children with autism seem to be affected more than most? How can we help?

Learn how anxiety impacts on us all, how to respond to it and how to build resilience in both ourselves and the children in our care.

Places must be booked in advance.

£20 pp