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Digital Creativity Workshop for People on the Autistic Spectrum - 11am - 1pm

Friday 16th November

Access Space has announced new workshops for Autumn 2018 at their Sidney Street premises in central Sheffield: ACCESS SPACE, Unit 1, AVEC Building, 3-7 Sidney St. Sheffield S1 4RG.

These workshops are FREE and are run by experienced staff.
They will be suited to different levels of ability.
They will consist of small supportive groups, with limited attendance numbers.

The workshops will be talking about designing and then leading on to laser cutting/engraving (with support) to make your design in paper, wood or plastic.

For more details, or to apply for places, please email JONATHAN@ACCESS-SPACE.ORG or Telephone: 0114 249 5522

When contacting to book your place you will need the following information:

  • Who wants to attend? (Name, contact details, email/telephone)
  • Will carer/parent/guardian/friend be accompanying? (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, before deciding. please us the above to contact details to arrange a visit.

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