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‘Alex and Rosie’s Adventures in Essex’ available to download

The sixth in our ‘Alex and Rosie Adventure series’ for younger children with autism and related disabilities has just been published. Printed copies are available from Essex County Council Short Breaks for Disabled Children. The book can also be downloaded on our Resources page. The publication of this book was generously sponsored by Essex County Council Short Breaks for Disabled Children and Young People, Eastern Counties Educational Trust Ltd., Nineveh Charitable Trust, Fowler Smith & Jones Trust and Woodlands.co.uk.

Essex guide now available to download

The seventh in our series of local guides, designed to help parents, carers and teachers to engage children with autism and related disabilities with the countryside, is now available to download on our resources page. Printed copies are being distributed by ‘Essex County Council Short Breaks for Disabled Children and Young People’, who also generously sponsored the guide. The guide was also kindly sponsored by the Big Lottery Fund, Bartella Charitable Fund and Rickard Luckin Community Fund (c/o Essex Community Foundation), Nineveh Charitable Trust and Woodlands.co.uk.

‘Alex and Rosie’s Suffolk Colouring Book’ available to download

We are pleased to report the launch of our very first colouring book! for younger children with autism and related disabilities in Suffolk. Printed copies are being distributed by Activities Unlimited. The book is also available to download on our resources page. The publication of this book was generously sponsored by the Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB Sustainable Development Fund and Amenity and Accessibility Fund; the Dedham Vale AONB Sustainable Development Fund; and Suffolk Community Foundation.

‘Alex and Rosie’s Adventures in Surrey’ available to download

The fifth in our ‘Alex and Rosie’ series for younger children with autism and related disabilities has just been published. Printed copies are being distributed by Surrey Wildlife Trust and the Surrey branch of the National Autistic Society. The book is also available to download on our resources page. The publication of this book was generously sponsored by the Nineveh Charitable Trust, the Orchid Environmental Trust (c/o the Community Foundation for Surrey), the National Trust and Martin Ferber and Mary Haldin (Prestonbury Hardacre Rocks).

New Forest guide now available to download

The special guide, designed to help parents, carers and teachers to engage children with autism and related disabilities with the New Forest countryside, is now available to download on our resources page. It focuses on natural places that can be visited by public transport. Printed copies are being distributed by Autism Hampshire. This guide was generously sponsored by the New Forest National Park Authority, the Barker-Mill Foundation and Woodlands.co.uk.

Hampshire guide now available to download

The sixth in our series of local guides, designed to help parents, carers and teachers to engage children with autism and related disabilities with the countryside, is now available to download on our resources page. Printed copies are being distributed by Autism Hampshire. This guide was generously sponsored by the South Downs NPA Sustainable Communities Fund, Hampshire County Council Children’s Services, Nineveh Charitable Trust, the CLA Charitable Trust and Woodlands.co.uk.

‘Alex and Rosie’s Adventure in Suffolk’ published

The fourth in our ‘Alex and Rosie’ series for younger children with autism and related disabilities has just been published. Printed copies are available from Activities Unlimited (www.access-unlimited.co.uk/activitiesunlimited/). The book is also available to download on our resources page. The publication of this book was generously sponsored by  Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB Sustainable Development Fund (SDF) and Amenity and Accessibility Fund; Dedham Vale AONB SDF; the Bluebell Fund and Martineau Fund (c/o Suffolk Community Foundation) and Activities Unlimited.

Surrey guide now available to download

The fifth in our series of local guides, designed to help parents, carers and teachers to engage children on the autistic spectrum with the countryside, is now available to download on our resources page. Printed copies are being distributed by Surrey Wildlife Trust and the National Autistic Society Surrey branch. This guide was generously sponsored by the Nineveh Charitable Trust, Woodland Trust and Woodlands.co.uk.

‘Alex and Rosie’s Adventures in Kent’ published

The third in our ‘Alex and Rosie’ series for younger children with autism and related disabilities has just been published. Printed copies are available from the Kent Autistic Trust and Includes Us 2. The book is also available to download on our resources page. The publication of this book was generously sponsored by the Henry Smith Charity, Woodlands.co.uk, and Martin Ferber and Mary Haldin (Prestonbury Hardacre Rocks).

Suffolk guide now available to download

The fourth in our series of local guides, designed to help parents, carers and teachers to engage children on the autistic spectrum with the countryside, is now available to download on our resources page. Printed copies are being distributed by Activities Unlimited and Autism Suffolk (part of the National Autistic Society). This guide was generously sponsored by the Sustainable Development Funds of Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB and Dedham Vale AONB, the Suffolk Coast & Heaths Amenity and Accessibility Fund and Activities Unlimited.

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