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Groups, Clubs And Activities
The Baptist Centre, 22A Queen Street, Middleton Cheney, Northamptonshire OX17 2NP
Parents Talking Asperger's was founded by Karen Irvani (an active Christian) in 2012. It started life as a voluntary group but is now classed as a Community Interest Company (CIC). Its growing team has become an important resource for families of children or young people with asperger syndrome.
Parents Talking Asperger’s operates in Banbury and Middleton Cheney. It maintains contact with over 2,500 families via their Facebook page and website.
Parents Talking Asperger’s works with other education and care agencies to promote awareness and positive life-change for children and young people with autism, their siblings, and their parents. They offer support, understanding, and practical help to alleviate many of the pressures and challenges that may negatively impact children and their families.
Parents Talking Asperger's usually holds autism-specific social groups for children and young people during term-term. They also provide support for families, both pre- and post-autism diagnosis.
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