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Vacancy: Centre Manager Advertisement

HOPE is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic individual to take up a role as our Centre Manager, which will include including managing the HOPE Centre, developing HOPE's support services, and supporting our staff team. Visit our Vacancies page for more details: www.hopeforautism.org.uk/vacancies and complete our online form to apply: http://www.hopeforautism.org.uk/vacancies/centre-manager-application/http://www.hopeforautism.org.uk/centre-manager-application/  Please contact Kathleen Williamson at hope@hopeforautism.org.uk

Enquiry Form Fixed!

After being alerted to a small issue with our online enquiry form, we have now fixed the issue and everything is working as it should be. For any enquiries please feel free to use the form, found on our Contact Us page, call 01236779191 or email hope@hopeforautism.org.uk.

Summer Staffing

Summer Staffing Due to staff holidays, HOPE is currently running with reduced staffing levels, especially when staff are overseeing the summer activities. We may not be able to respond to enquiries immediately so please bear with us during this time. Your patience is appreciated. Thank you, Eileen Waugh CEO

Autism Toolbox Sessions Cancelled

Autism Toolbox Sessions Cancelled Please note that our upcoming training sessions with Scottish Autism on the autism toolbox have been cancelled. As the Government's delivery partner for The Scottish Strategy for Autism 2018-2021m, Scottish Autism's remit is under constant revision. Following a recent national engagement exercise, revised outcomes and priorities for The Scottish

Congrats to Carol Russell MBE!

Congrats to Carol Russell MBE! HOPE would like to congratulate our current Chair of the Board and longstanding cornerstone Carol Russell on her recent MBE. Carol, age 53, has been working at HOPE since it's foundation, helping to establish it as North Lanarkshire's local branch of The National Autistic Society, to our founding

Communication Matters

Communication Matters is a charity aimed at supporting people of all ages who find communication difficult because they have little or no clear speech. Communication Matters is also the UK Chapter of ISAAC (International Society of Augmentative and Alternative Communication), a world-wide organisation promoting the best possible communication for people with complex communication needs. Please see the

Training Date Change – Giving a Child Their Diagnosis (March 2018)

Training Date Change - Giving a Child Their Diagnosis (March 2018) Please note, our training 'Giving a Child Thier Diagnosis' which had been scheduled for March 8th has now been changed to March 1st. This training is an information session open to families and professionals regarding giving a child their diagnosis of Autism

Cycling at Dunbeth Park – Sunday 23rd

HOPE will be hosting our summer cycling session on Sunday 23rd July, at Dunbeth park. The session is free to members and will run from 12pm-2pm. Please bring your own bike and wear weather-suitable clothing. If anyone needs to collect a bike for the session, they will be able to collect one from The

Digital Safeguarding – Parents

HOPE is hosting a Digital Safeguarding session for parents on Monday 24th July, 7pm-8:30pm at the HOPE Centre. We will be presenting an information session on digital safeguarding and general online safety for parents and family members at HOPE. This will include advice on how to talk to your young people about staying safe online,