Once a month we host a Parent and Carers Support Group in the cafe. These groups are open to parents and carers of autistic people and will give people the opportunity to discuss and share stories and experiences with others. You can pre-book a 1:1 session with an Autism Advisor by emailing Makers at: firstname.lastname@example.org. There will also be discussions and talks with autistic people and professionals.
Refreshments are served.
The group runs from 6pm – 8pm in the cafe and the next meeting dates are as follows:
28th of October – Relationships and Sexual Health; supporting children, young people and adults of all ages and abilities. Joanne Barrie, Community Sexual Health Educator, NHS Forth Valley.
25th of November – TBC
Rather than being a passive recipient of services, citizens can become actively involved in selecting and shaping the support they receive.
The vision for day opportunities for autistic people and individuals with learning disabilities was set out in the Scottish Government’s 2013 strategy ‘The Keys to Life’. This proposes a move towards day opportunities which:
These statements have become integral to our vision for Makers.
Makers provides a welcoming cafe and community space in the heart of Clackmannanshire that values our relationships with our local community.
If you would like to work with the team at Makers to host a community event or collaborate on a community project or social initiative then contact us on 01259 217827.