In 1981 the Christadelphian Support Network (CSN) was established as the Care Group predominantly for Christadelphians, though through the years it was always presenting help also to others.
From the beginning, their main aim has been to come alongside brothers and sisters who are facing difficult and challenging times in their lives and to be there for them in their problems.
Through the individual skills and experience of brothers and sisters throughout the UK they are able to access resources, guidance and support on many aspects of pastoral care issues for individuals, ecclesiae and the brotherhood. They like to bring together those in need and seeking help, and the skills and experience of brothers and sisters in the love of the Father in Christ Jesus, at the same time raising awareness and encouraging compassionate care in the brotherhood.
This Autumn they want to present an awareness day around Adult Autism Spectrum Condition
Awareness day – Adult Autism Spectrum Condition
Saturday October 31st 2020, Solihull Ecclesia hall
10.00 for 10.30am to 2.30pm God Willing
This is to give early notice of an event prompted and planned by those who are experiencing this condition together with others skilled in understanding and offering support.
Its aim is to inform, guide and support and give a greater understanding of what it means to be on this Spectrum Condition.
It is sometimes linked to high intelligence and motivation and can be evident in the following indications:
• Difficulty interpreting what others are thinking or feeling.
• Trouble interpreting facial expressions, body language, or social cues.
• Difficulty regulating emotion.
• Trouble keeping up a conversation.
• Inflection that does not reflect feelings.
These are some of the topics that will be introduced on the day.
It may be you would like to provide a personal testimony of your experience of this condition for this to be available on the day. Please contact us at email@example.com.
A quiet room and easy access seating will be provided.
This invitation is to all who experience and who are interested in being able to offer sensitive support.
For more information and bookings, please see our Event Page at www.chsn.org.uk/awareness-day-on-adult-autism