Number 6 One-Stop Shop
Number 6 is a service for adults (16 and over) with High Functioning Autism (HFA) or Asperger Syndrome (AS) who live in the Lothians and the Borders. The service is provided by Autism Initiatives UK and was officially launched in June 2005, with the opening of the Number 6 One-Stop Shop.
There are now three distinctive strands within Number 6:
One-Stop Shop (providing free social opportunities and 1-1 advice and support on a range of issues);
Outreach (funded packages of 1-1 support);
Anyone interested in using the services at Number 6 should book an appointment to meet with a member of staff, who will give you a brief induction to the resources available.
*** IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS! ***
Just a quick note to confirm the details for tomorrow: Date: Saturday 30th May 2015 Time: 11am till 5pm Venue: The Ball Room, 25 Jock’s Lodge, Edinburgh. Entry: £5.50
You can either meet Stew at Hill Street at 10.15am to get the bus down together or alternatively meet us at the Ball Room at 11am. Due to not having confirmation at this stage of all the entrants, we will be doing the draw tomorrow morning prior to the start of the competition. We will aim to start the tournament at 11.15am prompt and as always, the tournament will be in a knockout format. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd round matches will be a one frame match, and the final will be the best of 3 frames. Everyone will be guaranteed at least 2 matches, as for those knocked out in the 1st and 2nd rounds we will be running a B tournament.
New Reasearch Project
New research project that is looking into Autism Spectrum Disorder and Anxiety. For more information check out out Research page.
Hairy Haggis Relay, Sunday 31st May
It's that time of year folks!!! As usual we have teams running in the Hairy Haggis relay. There are still a few places left so if you would like to take part please let Kim at Number 6 know.
If you would like to sponsor us please follow click this Link
Any money raised will go towards our summer activities and regular groups that run at Number 6.
Number 6, Snooker Competition
Date: Saturday 30th May 2015, Time: 11am till 5pm, Venue: The Ball Room, 25 Jock’s Lodge, Edinburgh, Entry: £5.50.
We will aim to start the tournament at 11.15am prompt and as always, the tournament will be in a knockout format. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd round matches will be a one frame match, and the final will be the best of 3 frames. Everyone will be guaranteed at least 2 matches, as for those knocked out in the 1st and 2nd rounds we will be running a B tournament.
Please email Stewart or Kim on the email addresses below to confirm your place, or alternatively call 0131-220-1075.
We have now made a research page on here which we will update regularly with new projects that are starting.
CALENDARS STILL AVAILABLE
There are still Number 6 2015 wall calendars available! Through the vision, hardwork and dedication of one of our service users we are pleased to bring you the Number 6 2015 wall calendar. The concept, design and art work used in the calendar was developed and produced by Ra Durhana using his own hand drawn art work. All the art work included in the calendar originates from the strict use of straight lines only, a technique that Ra studied and mastered in the foothills of the Himalayas.
Priced at just £4.50. We have a limited stock of just 100 of these prestigious calendars, so don’t delay, contact a member of staff at Hill Street and reserve your Number 6 2015 wall calendar today. All proceeds from the sale of the calendars go directly to Number 6 which will help us fund part of our summer activities in 2015..
Understanding and Working with Adults with Asperger Syndrome Course
This course is for NHS and local authority professionals from Edinburgh, Lothian and Borders regions who have a direct involvement with Adults with Asperger Syndrome, including Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists, Therapists, Nurses, Social Workers.
If you would like more information Click Here
Scottish Parliament Apprenticeship Programme
Number 6 would like to inform any one between the ages of 16 to 24 about a Scottish Parliament Apprenticeship Programme. Number 6 is planning to take anyone who would like to attend the open day as part of a group. If you are interested in attending as part of a Number 6 group please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0131 220 1075 and ask to have your name put on the list. We need to arrange group attendance in advance so please tell us as soon as possible.
For more information please go to Scottish Paliament
Or on Twitter: @ScotParl #SPApprentices or on Facebook: scottishpaliament
FEEDBACK ABOUT NUMBER 6
We are looking for some feedback from those who use Number 6, their families and/or any relevant professionals so that we can look at how the service is currently used, what people have achieved through Number 6, and how we can improve on what we provide.
The link below will take you to a survey monkey site, and the survey shouldn’t take long to complete.
Thank you in advance.
PROJECT SEARCH INFORMATION
In relation to the information provided in the February newsletter about Project Search, please be aware that only people between the ages of 16 and 24 who are resident in the City of Edinburgh council region and have a diagnosis of being on the autistic spectrum are eligible. We hope this information clarifies eligibility criteria.
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