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ASD Library – SIGNAL
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ASD Library

SIGNAL has an extensive library of autism-related books which members are able to borrow.

The library is kept at our base at the Hatcham Oak Children’s Centre and is available for browsing/borrowing by arrangement with our Administrator, Candida Miles.

In addition the library is available at those coffee mornings held at Hatcham Oak, and we also sometimes bring a selection of books to evening meetings.

Please contact our Administrator, Candida Miles, for more information.

Upcoming Events

Sep
26
Thu
4:30 pm Fun Fizzical @ The Bridge Leisure Centre
Fun Fizzical @ The Bridge Leisure Centre
Sep 26 @ 4:30 pm – 5:55 pm
Fun Fizzical weekly activity sessions A weekly exercise group for children with special needs Where The Bridge Leisure Centre, Lower Sydenham When Thursdays 4:40 – 5:55pm Who Special needs children and their siblings aged 3 – 16 years
6:30 pm SIGNAL Teen group @ Telegraph Hill
SIGNAL Teen group @ Telegraph Hill
Sep 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
SIGNAL Teen Group Who: teenagers on the spectrum who would like to socialise in a supported but unpressured way. Parents are encouraged to drop-off, although we understand if you need to stay initially. When: Thursday
Oct
1
Tue
8:00 pm SIGNAL Committee Meeting @ Forest Hill
SIGNAL Committee Meeting @ Forest Hill
Oct 1 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
All members are welcome at Committee Meetings If you are interested in joining the committee, raising issues about SIGNAL and what we do or about autism in general, or are simply curious about how the
Oct
3
Thu
4:30 pm Fun Fizzical @ The Bridge Leisure Centre
Fun Fizzical @ The Bridge Leisure Centre
Oct 3 @ 4:30 pm – 5:55 pm
Fun Fizzical weekly activity sessions A weekly exercise group for children with special needs Where The Bridge Leisure Centre, Lower Sydenham When Thursdays 4:40 – 5:55pm Who Special needs children and their siblings aged 3 – 16 years
6:30 pm SIGNAL Teen group @ Telegraph Hill
SIGNAL Teen group @ Telegraph Hill
Oct 3 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
SIGNAL Teen Group Who: teenagers on the spectrum who would like to socialise in a supported but unpressured way. Parents are encouraged to drop-off, although we understand if you need to stay initially. When: Thursday
Oct
5
Sat
8:00 am Early Birds session at the Scien... @ Science Museum
Early Birds session at the Scien... @ Science Museum
Oct 5 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am
Early Birds enables families with children who have an Autism Spectrum Condition to come along and enjoy the Museum free from the hustle and bustle of the general public. Taking place on selected Saturdays across
Oct
7
Mon
all-day Picturehouse – Parents / Carers’... @ Picturehouse
Picturehouse – Parents / Carers’... @ Picturehouse
Oct 7 all-day
Monthly film screenings especially for parents / carers of people on the autism spectrum or with other learning difficulties or complex needs. These screenings take place on the 1st Monday of the month at the East
Oct
8
Tue
9:30 am SIGNAL Coffee Morning – SE6 @ Catford
SIGNAL Coffee Morning – SE6 @ Catford
Oct 8 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
SIGNAL holds a coffee morning once each month. These are a great way to meet other members in an informal environment to have a chat over a cuppa – and a biscuit or two! People who are not yet
Oct
10
Thu
4:30 pm Fun Fizzical @ The Bridge Leisure Centre
Fun Fizzical @ The Bridge Leisure Centre
Oct 10 @ 4:30 pm – 5:55 pm
Fun Fizzical weekly activity sessions A weekly exercise group for children with special needs Where The Bridge Leisure Centre, Lower Sydenham When Thursdays 4:40 – 5:55pm Who Special needs children and their siblings aged 3 – 16 years
6:30 pm SIGNAL Teen group @ Telegraph Hill
SIGNAL Teen group @ Telegraph Hill
Oct 10 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
SIGNAL Teen Group Who: teenagers on the spectrum who would like to socialise in a supported but unpressured way. Parents are encouraged to drop-off, although we understand if you need to stay initially. When: Thursday