Social Communication Coffee Events 2017-18

Sefton Inclusion Service are running a number of ‘Social Communication Coffee Events’ for those parents/carers of a child with a diagnosis of Autism or social communication difficulties, providing a listening ear or some professional advice and the chance to meet a network of other parents of children with ASD/ social communication needs

The events involve:

  • A brief talk from a professional on a topic ie: sleep/ behaviour/ visuals.
  • The opportunity to talk to other parents, share worries and ideas.

The opportunity to talk to professionals in the field ie: an Educational Psychologist, Occupational Therapist, Speech Therapist, Inclusion Consultant, Specialist Teacher, ASD Lead practitioner.

For further information or to book a place please contact:

Mike Hennessy, Sefton Inclusion Service:
Phone: 0151 934 2347

Dates and times:

All sessions 10am-12.30pm
Thursday 28th Sept 2017
Thursday 2nd November 2017
Thursday 8th March 2018
Thursday 17th May 2018
Thursday 5th July 2018


L30 Community Centre, Stonyfield, Netherton, Liverpool, L30 0QS.

UK Safer Internet Centre – Using anonymous online platforms

The UK Safer Internet Centre shares tips for professionals on talking to young people about anonymous online platforms. These are messaging apps which allow anyone to leave anonymous feedback about you upon request. Advice professionals may want to give includes: think about your audience and how the people reading your content will feel before you send it; make sure you understand who can see what you post and learn how you can change this should you want to make amends at a later date; if you have seen or received something that has upset you or made you feel uncomfortable, then speak to someone you trust.

For more information;  UK Safer Internet Centre