Tue, 21 Nov|
A facilitated self-help group for neurodiverse adults living independently, to meet monthly on the 3rd Tuesday evening at Solar Sisters, Guildford.
Time & Location
21 Nov, 18:30 – 20:00
Solar Sisters, 86 North St, Guildford GU1 4AU, UK
About the event
Are you Neurodiverse?
There’s a facilitated self-help group for independent adults in Guildford.
It’ll help to improve your life and outlook, by sharing experiences and knowledge, learning coping strategies, and engaging with the local community for the improvement of your inclusion.
Arrive from 6.15pm for 6.30pm start.
6.30 - 6.40pm: Updates from Phil, your host (more info about Phil below) 6.40 - 7.00pm: Sharing current problems with the group - either to 'crowd source' fixes or just to share. 7.00 - 7.10pm: Special Interest presentation - optional - volunteer needed. 7.10 - 7.20pm: Break. 7.20 - 8.00pm: Reviewing the notes we created at the previous meeting about, "What do we expect, want, need for a community to be autism friendly?" NB: Your input will be valuable whether you were there in October or not. And the changes will actually benefit a much broader spectrum of the populace - we're just the vanguard for a better future. 8.00pm Close.
Phillip only discovered that he had an autism spectrum condition in middle-age, and has spent the last nine years catching up on all the little and big things that make life different and difficult. He receives autism coaching in one-to-one sessions, and has a strong ethos of paying-it-forward to help others. His work history is varied, but mostly technical, with very good computer skills, and a large stock of experience and knowledge. Now working part-time, he’s offering a helping hand as a Talented Amateur By Experience, not being willing to claim that he is an Expert. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.