Workshops & Events


December 17 – Institute of Wellbeing Cafe

details to follow


June 4 @ 4pm – talk about anxiety on our children’s return to school. 


Thursday April 30 2-4pm (UK time)

Zoom flyer



Thursday, 23 January 2020 from 19:00-21:00

Newly diagnosed autism child under 11? Your New Beginning.

Getting an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), diagnosis can be a relief. It can also be the beginning of an endless stream of decisions and questions – many dependent on the age of your child age, whether their autism presents as mild or severe, and if they have another diagnosis in addition to autism, such as dyslexia or ADHD.

In this session we will divide your needs into four key areas:

1. Family
2. Education
3. Health & Well-being
4. Social life and friendships

Then we will build a checklist and start to look forward. A diagnosis is just a word. Your child is still the same lovely, individual human being. By taking small steps, with your child, their school, professionals and your family and friends network, you will start to build your understanding of this condition and create your own suite of tools to support your child as they grow and develop.

Get a ticket for a family member, they’re very welcome!

Tea & Coffee served.

Early booking recommended:

January 30 2020 from 19:00 – 21:00

Autism & ADHD Therapies – What works & how?

There is no cure for autism. There is no cure for ADHD, but medication can and does help people with ADHD manage their symptoms. We’re not focusing on cures; we’re looking at supporting children and young people with these conditions to enable them access *all* areas of life, in spite of their difference. In the session we will look at some of the most common therapeutic approaches including:
-ERT (emotional regulation)
-Play Therapy-Lego Therapy
-Speech & language
-Social stories
There’s a lot to cover, so please bring a notebook!


February 13 2020 from 19:00 – 21:00 –

Deep Dive in Autism & ADHD Behaviours

Autism is a spectrum condition which looks different from child to child, as well as presenting differently in boys and girls. ADHD isn’t just about being ‘hyper’ there are other ways it can affect behaviour in children and young people. Not all children with ADHD are hyperactive.

This session is a great opportunity to explore more about autistic spectrum condition and ADHD in their various forms, and continue your journey into deeper a understanding of your unique child.

Get a ticket for your partner or your mum or dad, they’re welcome! Tea & Coffee served.

Limited spaces, so BOOK EARLY!

Early booking recommended:



Tuesday 19 November 2019

Speaker: Suzy Rowland Founder The H. I. S. Project…

Cassandra Centre
1433a London Road
Norbury, London
SW16 4AW

Sweet sixteen: What’s next for your autistic/ADHD teen?

FEES: Professionals £20

Limited spaces:

November 13 Wednesday

Building an Effective Relationship with the School

Building an Effective Relationship with the School

This #happyinschool workshop session covers:

-relationship basics
-empowering communication techniques
-working with SENCOs, teachers
-looking at school communication tools
-building your confidence
-when to make a complaint/how to make a complaint
-school meetings

and much more!

All of this is really helpful if you are struggling with your child at school, or you feel you aren’t being heard. These relaxed sessions are packed with information, leaving you feeling refreshed and empowered.


Follow #happyinschool project on Twitter and Instagram for dates/times/venues or you can bookmark this page.

Bookmark the h.i.s. project NOW, so you won’t miss any of these new year sessions.

You are amazing!


Autumn Term – Wednesday 9 October 2019

13:00-14:30 (Prompt start)

Autism Behaviours, Therapies & Support

Autism spectrum can be difficult to manage in a classroom, because it presents as individually as your child. There are many ways to support children and young people with autism behaviours to enable learning attainment. In this #happyinschoolhow they work and whether they might be right for your child.


Express CIC

452 Ewell Road, KT6 7EL Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

Non-profit organisation

The ‘BEHAVIOUR’ session on June 19 looks at:

-Autism & ADHD behaviour presentations 

-How stress, sensory overload, and certain triggers can impact behaviour

-Emotional regulation


It’s a BIG subject. As this is such an important topic, I’ve refreshed the whole slide deck. If you want to come please email:  OR book  here

In partnership with Express CIC

Date: June 19

Time: 13:00 – 14:30

Venue: Express CIC, 452, Ewell Road, Surbiton, KT6 7EL.

Book: (limited places)


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