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Free Digital Creativity Workshops For People with Austism

Free Digital Creativity Workshops For People with Austism

Digital Creativity Workshops for people on the autistic spectrum will be taking place over the next week at a venue in Sheffield city centre.

The free workshops, run be experienced staff and suited to people with different levels of ability, will be held at Access Space on Sidney Street. The small, supportive groups will be talking about designing leading on to laser cutting/engraving to make designs in paper, wood or plastic.

The first workshop is on Friday November 9th from 11am-1pm and the second is on Friday November 16th at the same time.

For more details, or to apply for places, please email Jonathan Cook at jonathan@access~space.org or telephone 0114 2495522 (the best time to ring is Wed/Thur p.m. but you can also leave a message)

The following details will be needed:

Name, Contact Address, Email / Telephone)

Will a carer/parent/guardian/friend be accompanying you? (Depending on
participant’s abilities)

Brief details of participant’s abilities and any sensory issues.

Participants, carers, parents, guardians and friends are welcome to
visit Access Space, by arrangement. The address is Unit 1, AVEC Building, 3-7 Sidney St. Sheffield S1 4RG. As well as a website Access Space also has a Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/accessspace/.

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