Bristol Autism Project

We are pleased that FACE will be supporting Bristol City Council’s ‘Bristol Autism Project’ holiday activities with staffing for their holiday activity schemes 2018-2020 for 5-18 year olds with a diagnosis of autism who live in Bristol local authority area.

FACE is hosting a free coffee morning at their youth centre in Filton for parents or carers of children with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) who would like to attend Bristol Autism Project in Feb half-term – or just want to find out more.

The next one will be on: Tuesday 5th Feb 2019 10.15am-12.30pm

These informal events give the members an opportunity to meet other parents/ carers over a cup of coffee (or tea) with an optional sweet treat and share their thoughts, stories and experiences. They are also able to get to know the FACE team leader Rachel and make bookings for the next holidays.

Lots of fun free activities will be on offer for children and their families through the school holidays supported by FACE on these dates:

February 18th – 22nd  2019, April 8 – 18th 2019, May 28th – 31st 2019, 24th July – 30th August 2019, 28th October – 1st November 2019

23rd December – 3rd Jan 2020 (excl bank holidays on 25/26th and 1st), and 17th – 23rd Feb 2020 (Provision beyond that date is yet to be finalised)

 

Please see newsletter and booking information for February holidays which is here: BAP Newsletter February

Booking form in Word format: BAP booking form February

Booking form in PDF format: BAP booking form February

Visual timetable for under 11s: PDF: BAP Visual Timetable February Under 11’s Word: BAP Visual Timetable February Under 11’s

Visual timetable for over 11s: PDF: BAP Visual Timetable February Over 11’s Word: BAP Visual Timetable February Over 11’s

We are also recruiting staff, please see details here and pass on to anyone you think might be interested in working with us: BAP recruitment poster

BRISTOL AUTISM PROJECT

Bristol Autism Project provides family holiday activities for children and young people with Autism Spectrum Conditions and their siblings who live in Bristol. Families must live in an address in the Bristol Local Authority area to access this service OR they may have a child that attends a special school in Bristol OR be under the care of Bristol Social Care team but live outside Bristol.

A registration form for BAP can be found here: PDF: Registration form BAP Word: Registration form BAP

BAP runs free activities Mondays-Fridays in the school holidays, with some activities targeted at 11+ age group and some at under 11 years.

Rachel Smyth will be the FACE team leader working on the Bristol Autism Project until March 2019.

Provision beyond April 2019 is yet to be confirmed.

Bristol Autism Project Contact Info:

Rachel Smyth – Team Leader

Email: bap1819@facefilton.org.uk 

Mobile: 07384 210749