Friends of PASN
Thanks to Steve Hudson who is the manager of Liquid and Envy night club, along with other clubs in Pubwatch, they have all teamed together to try and help raise £10,000 to help and support Portsmouth Autism Support Group, by doing fundraising events throughout the year.
Thanks to there incredible fundraising efforts it means that PASN (Portsmouth Autism Support Network) is able to continue offerring help and support to all families affected by autism and Apsergers and all the groups will continue to grow and benefit from the help that is provided in so many forms making PASN such an active and growing group.
Thanks to their kindness and generosity Liquid and Envy funded and made possible the summer Picnic and the Christmas Party, and more recently an exciting Sailing weekend has been planned by the Siblings.
Treehouse is a national charity for autism education with regards to talk about autism, our online support service for parents and families of children with autism.with autism and the lives of their families
We provide expert information and advice about autism and how to navigate the education system, covering key times such as diagnosis, admission and statementing
Since their launch in April 2009 the numbers of users have been steadily increasing and we are now seeing some of our best conversations yet about topics as far ranging as toilet training to tribunals.
Visit our website at www.talkaboutautism.org.uk.
For two years running Kevin Bradshaw kindly took part in the Great South Run to raise money for PASN. His efforts, hard work and constant training raised essential funds for the group and we are indebted to the amount of time and energy he put into raising funds for the whole group.
Unfortuntaly Kevin will not be taking part in the run this year so if there is anyone who would be willing to take his place and help to raise funds we would love to hear from you!!
Thanks again Kevin for all you did to help so many families within PASN.
An independent service to support the parents of pupils with special educational needs in Portsmouth. They can offer support, clarification and advice on special educational needs and the Code of Practice, at all stages, and the advice given is related to individual cases.
The service is co-ordinated by June Christie and her assistant Sara Allman. Both have extensive experience of meeting special needs in an educational setting.
The service is based at The Cornelius Centre, New Road, North End, Portsmouth.
To contact June or Sara you can:
Telephone: 023 9265 1740
Fax/answerphone: 023 9265 3972
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Or there is a Drop In session every Thursday between 2.00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.
A parent support group for families with children with Autistic spectrum disorders is held at Cliffdale School. Coffee mornings are held on a fortnightly basis and guest speakers are invited. All parents are welcome whether their child attends the school or not. For further details please contact Margaret Steele on 023 9266 2601.
Offers information, support and access to breaks for all carers in Portsmouth. Young carers groups; quarterly magazine; Drop In service available Monday to Thursday 11.00 a.m. - 1.00 p.m.
Based at 65 Kingston Road, Portsmouth. Contact phone number 023 9285 1864, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Carers group offers a wide range of activities for siblings of children who are on the spectrum. They have two available meetings on saturdays and offer an extensive range of activities during the holidays and half terms.Please contact the Carers office for further information regarding how to access this opportunity for siblings.
Website address http://www.preventionteam.org.uk/carers
Portsmouth CHAT is a free, impartial and confidential service for families with children ages 0-19 years. We offer a wide range of free information on childcare, activities and services. If you are looking for childcare, activities for children and young people, want to work in childcare or looking for information on entitlements, parenting classes, family support, health and a wide range of other information, CHAT can help you.