Cygnet Course for Parents/Carers

What’s it about?
The Cygnet Course is for parents of a child/young person who has received a later diagnosis of Autism (aged 5-18 years) and would like to find out more about it.

What does the course cover?
The Cygnet Programme aims to give parents/carers information on Autism that reinforces what they are doing is OK and provide support and advice on Communication and Language needs, sensory needs, understanding and supporting behaviour in a supportive environment. 

Joining criteria
Child must have a confirmed diagnosis of ASD and must attend a Canterbury City or Canterbury Coastal school. Parents have not attended the Early Bird or Early Bird+ programmes.

When and Where?
To book a place on Cygnet, parents will need to go through Early Help and email: 

CYGNET – Puberty, Sexual Well-Being and Relationships course.

This three session course is designed for parents/carer’s of children/young people with autism aged 7-18, to help them develop their understanding and confidence relating to puberty, sexual wellbeing and relationships and how they impact children on the autistic spectrum.  An existing understanding of Autism is preferred.

To register interest and add your name to our waiting list please click HERE.

SLTS Cygnet Group Leaflet

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