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Cheltenham Autism Support

CAS and its weekly group RAINBOW DAYS aims to provide support to families with children with ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder), especially (but not exclusively) through leisure time activities.

Providing opportunities to interact, play and socialise with other families affected by ASD, we focus on allowing the children to play freely without judgement and in particular, on supporting their siblings, who are often overlooked when it comes to support.

We have soft play and ball pit, sensory room, arts and crafts, lots of toys and equipment, snacks and refreshments available.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Laura Grace
Telephone
01242 673833
07745 110637
E-mail
cheltenhamautismsupport@outlook.com

Where to go

Name
Gardners Lane Childrens Centre
Address
Gardners Lane
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
Postcode
GL51 9JW
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Time / Date Details

Session Information
Term time: Thursdays 3.15-5.15pm
School holidays: Thursdays 9.30am-12.30pm
4 weekly on a Saturday 1.30-4.30pm
4 weekly on a Sunday 10am-5pm at Hop, Skip and Jump, Severn Springs

Other Details

Costs

Additional Charges
After school sessions are £1 per family, all other sessions are £2 per family

Availability

Referral required
No
Other notes

Open to children between pre-school and mid-teen age brackets (some facilities/equipment are only suitable/allowed for use by those up to 12 years of age)

Please come along if you have a child diagnosed with ASD, currently going through the process of obtaining a diagnosis or strongly suspected of having ASD.

Parents remain responsible for their children at all times (stay and supervise) yet we hope your family visits are pleasant and relaxing!

Local Offer

SEN Provision Type
Targeted

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Who is your service for?
Targeted
Local Offer Age Bands
4-11 (Primary School)
0-4 (Birth to Pre-School)
Have any members of you/your team had experience of working with children and young people with the following disabilities/additional needs?
a) young people with autistic spectrum disorders
Yes
c) young people with learning difficulties/disabilities whose behaviour challenges us
Yes

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