This page was last checked and updated on 3rd July 2017.
Ely Dads Group meets at various venues during the holidays if possible.
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If you are new to ITP or someone close to you is, this is a good place to start finding out information.
Although we do not provide direct support in Cambridgeshire, our Autism Advisors are aware of the following support groups that run in the county.
Members of the our support groups have found that in addition to professional therapy, sharing stories and meeting others with anxiety can be therapeutic.This group is meant to be a community where individuals can connect, plan activities, and generally provide support to each other. Individuals living with Spina Bifida ages 17 and up. This group is meant to be a community where folks can connect, plan activities, and generally provide support to each other. Ellen Heffernan-Dugan, SBAGNE Executive Director is the Moderator for this list. Send an email message to this address: [email protected] site address: groups.yahoo.com/group/SBAGNEYAG. This group is ONLY for folks who have Spina Bifida. A discussion group for people who are constituents of SBAGNE and who have children with Spina Bifida. This group is has approximately 90 constituents from Massachusetts and the greater New England area. SBAGNE Executive Director, Ellen Heffernan-Dugan is the Moderator for this list. Once you have been approved you will be able to post questions, resources and connect with other families in Northern New England.The Aspire Programme supports young people (9 - 18 year olds) in Cambridge who have been diagnosed with high-functioning autistic spectrum conditions and who are in mainstream education.For mobility, visual, hearing or other assistance at an event, please call 517-367-0813 at least two weeks in advance.
These groups are for adults on the autism or neurodiversity spectrums.