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Lincolnshire parent carer forum

Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum, host a range of Zoom online meetings for registered members.      Each one has a different theme.      Click icon for more information.      Some dates for your diary below:

  • Life hacks fJuggling the joys of parenting, 11 Jan 2024
  • Time2talk – Find out about Week of SEND and more, 16 Jan
  • Week of SEND, from 29 Jan.      Q What will be expected of me during the session?
    To enjoy listening in, add questions to the chat if you have any, use the opportunity to gather as much information as you can and complete a simple evaluation after the session ( for our feedback which is compiled in a comprehensive report after the event).

They have a longer list of events put on by other organisations.     Click Other events button at the top of the same page.

Autism east midlands

Autism east midlands have a few dates coming up for free online parent workshops.      Click icon for details and to book.

  • 19 Dec – Promoting Positive Behaviour
  • 16 Jan 2023 – Autism and Sensory Differences
  • 20 Feb – Autism and Schools
  • 19 Mar – Autism and Claiming Disability Living Allowance

The Groove

An exciting, fun-filled night for adults with disabilities aged 16+, their families and support workers.      Guildhall Arts Centre Ballroom, Grantham.      Click image to see what they have to offer.       Next:

  • Sat 9th Dec

The events on this page are chosen because they may be of interest to a child and/or adult on the autistic spectrum.        See also our Local Groups page for autism support groups in the South Lincolnshire, in the UK, and beyond.       They put on events in their area.       For regular events see:  Related activities.


This event is for vulnerable adults.       It will be on Sat 3rd Dec 2022 at Thorns farm, NG32 1EQ.        Click icon and scroll down beyond ads for more information.


Click icon for previous related events.

GAIN events updates

England has been moving away from Plan B in response to Omicron variant risk assessments.      The government is opening up legal restrictions on society and the economy but still publishes guidance to help steer the country away from on-going Coronavirus risk.
Click icon to browse.      See also government overview.

GAIN is planning events outdoors and in large, well ventilated venues. They may be a little more frequent when the weather is better.

GAIN events

GAIN SECURES FUNDING FOR TWELVE EVENTS A YEAR FOR THREE YEARS:    We are incredibly happy to announce that GAIN has secured a major funding boost from Moy Park.

GAIN Chair Ed Mayes states, ”This funding is the biggest donation in GAIN’s near twenty year history.     It means we will be able to run twelve autism friendly events a year for three calendar years starting this February.     We are very grateful to Moy Park for this exceptionally generous donation that secures the future of the group until the end of 2025”. 

Where to look

Click icon to see up-coming events.       It will show the most events and the most up-to-date information.       Booking on Facebook is essential for some events. 

I am not on Facebook

It is possible to browse GAIN events on Facebook without even registering with them.      Although the login panel does obscure part of the window, two thirds is still visible.      Scroll down to see what events are there, as  shown in this illustration.

See also Is Facebook safe? in  Using Facebook

Supportive screenings

If you are undecided about the Savoy cinema’s supportive screenings this article from September 2021 may be worth a look.

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