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General Site Risk Assessment – COVID 19 – March 2021

Message to Parents from The Autism Group

Dear parents,

It is difficult times for everyone especially our vulnerable children and families.

I’m sure it won’t be a surprise but given the latest government advice we have reluctantly decided to cancel all our face to face meetings and services so I’m afraid we will not be able to run our support groups for the foreseeable future.

We are still offering to support parents by email and telephone so please continue to signpost and we will help whenever we can.

We will also be posting regular blogs and tips on Facebook so that families don’t feel too isolated and alone. Facebook page link https://www.facebook.com/theautismgroup/

We will miss seeing you all and hope that we can restart once things have settled down.

Stay safe and well and see you again soon.

Best wishes

Tricia Kempton

Charity Manager

The Autism Group

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