A2ndvoice CIC are a non-for-profit organisation running various projects and events focusing on the needs of autistic people and their families. We host parents and carers groups, family events, workshops, bespoke packages and 1:1 support. We specialise in running virtual presentation. looking at cultural perspectives and values. Currently a member of The All Party Parliamentary Group on Autism Advisory Group and Branch Officer for the Lambeth Autism Group.
SEN Parenting is a newly constituted charitable incorporated organisation, set up in March 2020. The purpose of the charity is to train parents and carers who do not have the knowledge and lack skills to support or be advocates for their children with autism and learning difficulties. SEN Parenting was set up by the Rex Yankey Otoo Foundation (REYO Foundation), a non-for-profit organisation based both in the UK and Africa and has almost ten years’ experience in working with families and professionals.
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Independent Provider of Special Education Advice.
Stopping over medication of people with a learning disability, autism or both with psychotropic medicines (STOMP).
Supporting Treatment and Appropriate Medication in Paediatrics.
Always - Helping To Get Children Home From Mental Health Hospitals
Challenge Behaviour Foundation.
ADHD & ASC Outpatient Services
National Network of Parent Carer Forums
Adult Autism Psychological Therapies Service
Council of Disabled Children
All-Party Parliamentary Groups - All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal cross-party groups that have no official status within Parliament. They are run by and for Members of the Commons and Lords, though many choose to involve individuals and organisations from outside Parliament in their administration and activities.
All Party Parliamentary Group on Autism
All Party Parliamentary Group on Learning Disability
All Party Parliamentary Group on Disability
All Party Parliamentary Group on Dyslexia and Specific Learning Difficulties
All Party Parliamentary Group on Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia
All Party Parliamentary Group for Assistive Technology
Autism, Ethnicity and Culture – Working with Children and Families from Minority Communities Dr. Prithivi Perepa.
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Webinar 1 - Friday 27th November 2020 - 10.30 to 3.30 pm - Guest Speakers and Specialists for Professionals and Autistic People Autism, Ethnicity and Race Conference – Autism Specialist, Autistic Speakers and Parents/carers perspectives -
Webinar 2 - Thursday 3rd December 2020 - 10.30 - 12pm - Better awareness and understanding of ethnicity and culture differences within African, Caribbean, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities for children and young people 0 - 25
Webinar 3 - Friday 11th December 2020 - 10.30 - 2pm - Better awareness of girls and young women in particular at risk of being sectioned.
Webinar 4 - Thursday 17th December 2020 - 10.30 - 2pm - Introduce early interventions strategies on how to avoid hospitalisation.
Webinar 5 - Thursday 7th January 2021 - 10.30 - 2pm - Reduce the numbers of children who are admitted to hospital or assessment and treatment units (ATUs) for care and treatment.
Webinar 6 - Thursday 14th January 2021 - 10.30 - 2pm - Looking at Care, Education and Treatment Reviews (CETRs) perspective for African, Caribbean, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities.
Webinar 7 - Friday 15th January 2021 - 10.30 - 12.30pm - Non Violent Resistance.
Webinar 8 - Thursday 21st January 2021 - 10.30 - 2pm - Underlining issues leading to poor representation looking at health and inequalities.
Webinar 9 - Thursday 28th January 2021 - 10.30 - 3.30pm - Looking at information on eye, dental and hearing checks from 0 – 25, directed at the African, Caribbean, Asian and Minority Ethnic families to explain the importance of health checks.
Webinar 10 - Thursday 4th February 2021 - 10.30 - 3.30pm - Empower African, Caribbean, Asian and Minority Ethnic parents, during a smooth transitioning process from CYP to adulthood – looking at the family, cultural values and independence .
Webinar 11 - Thursday 11th February 2021 10.30 - 3pm - To encourage and support African, Caribbean, Asian and Minority Ethnic parents in how to transition - Young people to adulthood live independently within the community in making their own choices.
Ethnicity Minority and Learning Disability, Autism and Both - Recorded
Funded by NHS England and NHS Improvement - Maureen Banda, Mental Health Lead, Children and Young People’s Team, Learning Disabilities and Autism Programme, NHS England and NHS ImprovementTel: 077101 52992 email@example.com
Renaldo Lawrence Renaldo Lawrence is an author, educator and motivational speaker. His work with technology in the education industry has transformed the schools he has worked in by improving communication between all stake holders from faculty staff to students and parents. This work has not only improved communication but has helped to raise the profile of these institutions he has worked in.
Renaldo is an LinkedIn Author, Adobe Education Leader, Apple Distinguished Educator, Microsoft Innovative Educator and Educator Trainer, and an Advanced Skills teacher. He holds his Master’s in Education.
Renaldo's job is to provide technical support and create the interactive content to help these organisations be successful. Families with artistic or special need children who want to learn how to use Google Drive please get in contact at elearning@A2ndvoice.com.
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