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Thought I would let you know about this, if it is of any benefit to anyone on here.


Cerebra will shortly be holding a free public seminar entitled "ASDs, Challenging Behaviour, Youth and the Law".
This event is to be held in The Darby Suite, The Midland Hotel, Manchester on the 6th of August 2010 at 10am.

For further details on this and other Cerebra events please go to http://www.cerebra.org.uk/News_Events/.

Attendance is free and to register, please email gaynore@cerebra.org.uk or use the registration form at http://www.cerebra.org.uk/News_Events/Event_Registration/.
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that looks interesting i might have looked into it a bit more if it wasnt being held in the middle of the school holidays Confused
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dose it have to be for parents with children with asd or can it be for children with behavioir problems aswell. and can you take your children or is it adults only?
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(07-06-2010, 02:17 PM)linzi74 Wrote: Thought I would let you know about this, if it is of any benefit to anyone on here.


Cerebra will shortly be holding a free public seminar entitled "ASDs, Challenging Behaviour, Youth and the Law".
This event is to be held in The Darby Suite, The Midland Hotel, Manchester on the 6th of August 2010 at 10am.

For further details on this and other Cerebra events please go to http://www.cerebra.org.uk/News_Events/.

Attendance is free and to register, please email gaynore@cerebra.org.uk or use the registration form at http://www.cerebra.org.uk/News_Events/Event_Registration/.

Thanks for sharing. Smile
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(07-06-2010, 07:15 PM)windsor09 Wrote: dose it have to be for parents with children with asd or can it be for children with behavioir problems aswell. and can you take your children or is it adults only?

Hi

I don't know hun but if you phone Cerebra up I am sure they will be able to let you know. They are very nice there.

Linz
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