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AsIAm #alliscalm Festive Coffee Mornings

If you want to be a part of the #alliscalm campaign, the best way you can help us is by signing up to hold your own coffee morning. These autism-friendly events will be taking place around the country during the month of December, with all proceeds going to AsIAm.

No matter how big or small your coffee morning is, we’d be delighted to welcome you as part of the AsIAm family. And even if you don’t personally know any autistic people, it’s a great way to have your own moment of calm in the middle of the busy Christmas season!

Just visit our registration page to sign up, and we’ll send you everything to need to get started. This will include AsIAm booklets for information on autism, and guidelines on how to host an autism-friendly event.

by - 29 November, 2019

Last updated by - December 5, 2019

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