MEfA will be hosting its annual conference this Saturday 7 November in Blackheath. I’m not speaking this year but it looks to be a fascinating day discussing various aspects of “Social Skills and Social Graces for the 21st Century”. Do attend if you can!
I have some wonderful news that I am excited to share – I am now an authorized practitioner for Caudwell Children, a UK charity that supports children with a wide range of disabilities including autism.
Caudwell Children’s ACT (Autistic Children’s Therapies) programme funds treatments including nutritional therapy for children with autism spectrum disorders. To be eligible for a grant, children must be under 18 years of age and living in the UK, and the combined family income (excluding benefits) must not exceed £45,000 per annum.
Grant recipients will now be able to have their Brain Food nutrition consultations funded by Caudwell Children.
To apply for a Caudwell Children grant on behalf of a child with autism, please visit the Caudwell Children website.