The Southern Health and Social Care Trust is hosting a Summer Festival for young people with Autism.
The event will take place on Thursday, August 31 at Cedar Wood; St Luke’s Hospital, Armagh and will run from 4pm until 7pm.
Chris Millar, ASD/ CAMHS Connect Coordinator said: “This event will be an inclusive fun-filled family day out, promoting socialisation and integration into the community with an opportunity to meet new people, friends and experience what autism services have to offer.
“You will have the opportunity to enjoy live music from our young people, watch our Musical Minds DVD, food, games, a DJ and pick up information on ASD services in the local area.
“We welcome everyone who has a connection to Autism Services in the Trust to join us and support our young people at their very own Summer Festival.”
For further information please contact Shane Fearon, Autism Intervention Therapist by emailing: Shane.Fearon@southerntrust.hscni.net
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