Lothian Autistic Society would like to invite our members and those who use our services* to attend our Annual General Meeting on Monday 27th November at Norton Park Conference Centre, 57 Albion Road, Edinburgh, EH7 5QY from 10 am – 12 pm.
Lothian Autistic Society is delighted that Christine Collingwood has agreed to speak at our AGM.
Christine is an Improvement Officer with Autism Network Scotland. She has professional qualifications in social work and in social work education. She worked for many years with children and families. Christine has also worked in the field of health and research, and in the charitable sector. She has been involved with autistic children and adults at various stages of their life journey.
Christine will give a presentation on ‘Coping with anxiety and stress around Transitions. Moving between and leaving schools’, after which there will be an opportunity for members to ask questions.
With your continued support, we will make sure that we innovate, inspire and improve life for those affected by autism.
*The AGM is open to those who are not members of Lothian Autistic Society. Non-members will not be able to vote on matters. If you would like to become a member please click here.
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Our Care and Support Team along with several of our project leaders attended Outcomes Star Training in September.
Outcomes Star is a new tool that we are using to measure outcomes for the children and young people attending our services. Each service user will be assessed using a Star which is a holistic tool and covers several outcomes areas. By using this tool we will ensure we Get it Right for Every Child.
We will be implementing Outcomes Star to all of our services over the coming months.
Further information about Outcome Star can be found in the Student-Star-Leaflet-for-Parents
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