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February 9, 2021

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Sibs - West London Adult Sibling Support Group.

A new support group for adults who have grown up with a disabled brother or sister

Find out more and sign up here:

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Rocket Science research is conducting peer research in Barnes. They are looking to recruit 10 people from across Barnes who will each conduct 10 interviews with their peers (via telephone or video call). They are hoping to recruit a diverse range of peer researchers in terms of e.g. their age, the part of Barnes they live in and their involvement in community activities. 
This role is paid at £10.85 per hour (London Living Wage) and will require a commitment of 6.5 hours during February and March (3 hours for training, 3.5 hours for conducting interviews). 
If you are interested in taking part, you can sign up via this link: 

Tutoring and Mentoring

Richard who runs All Aboard Club is also a qualified teacher who can tutor autistic children who are struggling with home-learning during lock-down

"I’m a specialist SEN tutor and mentor who is #ActuallyAutistic. I am also a qualified teacher.

I've supported hundreds of autistic children – aged 6 to 16 – to boost their confidence, reduce anxieties and understand their challenges better.
I’m offering free online Zoom sessions when I can “meet” you and show you how I can help. You can book a session here:
Or you can message me or call/text me on 07948 407343 to discuss how I can help.

Guide to home education 

University College London have produced a guide for home educating children with SEN