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Hackney NAS (National Autistic Society) Group - launch event

Description

You are invited to the first meeting of Hackney's NAS (National Autistic Society) group.

Message from the group…

"We would like to invite all Hackney residents who have a connection with Autism to the launch of a new group.

Whether you are an Autistic Adult, a relative of an Autistic person or someone who works with Autistic people we would like you to be involved.

We want to hear your ideas about how a local NAS group can support Autistic people in Hackney?

You are invited to our launch event to meet with us and other interested people.

Date: 2nd April (during National Autism Awareness week)

Time: 7 PM - 9 PM

Venue: Evergreen Adventure Playground, Beehive Close (off Richmond R) E8 3TJ

"Let's see what we can change, influence and achieve by working together!"

Flyer: Hackney NAS group - Launch event flyer

Record Last Updated on: 21/03/2019

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