Christmas. For many, it’s ‘the most wonderful time of the year.’ For those on the autistic spectrum, however, Christmas time tells a different story. People on the Autistic spectrum, particularly children, may be distressed by all the new activity around them at Christmas time. The break from school and change in routine can be distressing
Christmas – an autistic child’s perspective Hmm…so Mum and Dad say Christmas is coming….and…? I know school is messed about. All the lessons are different and the other children are learning songs. I learnt them all the first day, but I don’t like all the singing – it hurts my ears. Teacher tells me that “Mum and
Mince Pies and Mulled Wine – our annual Christmas Concert is back! 7th December All Saints Church Penarth 6pm We’re excited to announce that our annual Christmas Concert is back once again this year. Please join us at 6pm for pre-concert mince pies, mulled wine, live Christmas jazz music, various other refreshments and Christmas festive fun!!
Kat Williams has two sons – 8 year old Matty and 4 year old Aaron. She has been a member of Autism Puzzles for the last few years. We spoke with Kat during one of Autism Puzzles’ weekly coffee mornings and learned about how Autism Puzzles has helped Matty to be himself. Kat heard about Autism Puzzles
St Cyres School, Penarth 23rd June 7-9pm Penarth Community Choir and friends warmly invite you to our annual summer family friendly concert. St Cyres school choir will be performing for the first time with us and the cast of WMC’s I Merlin will also be providing a unique sneak preview! Victoria Voices will lift your spirits and
At the end of September, (24th) we’ll once again be climbing Pen y Fan mountain, raising as much money as possible for our Charity of the Year, Autism Puzzles. All proceeds raised will be donated to Autism Puzzles Mixed abilities welcome – including children and dogs! £50 minimum raise for a family of four £15 minimum