Tuesday 18th June2019 from 7.00pm
Parkstone Baptist Church, 11 Loch Rd, Poole BH14 9EX

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Our Host for the evening is Trish Jubb

Please note that we are meeting in Parkstone Baptist Church Get directions here.

Refreshments From 7.15pm. Available from 7.15pm. Coffee/Tea with biscuits
Notices 7.30pm It’s #CarersWeek. And the official message is “To the Carers in the U.K. and all over the World, please reach out to people and organisations when you need some help and support too.” Local services in this area are run by CRISP 01202 458204. We may not like the term “carer” but check this link and see how much applies to you DAAS is for carers and supporters as well as for those on the autistic spectrum and we encourage you to join us and share your own thoughts and experiences. And some people do live life in both roles.
Main Event c7.45pm An Evening of Variety. Take your pick from several different activities or sample a selection. Or just come along to meet others or see what’s happening.

  • Art with Trish. This was popular last year and anyone can join in whether or not they are experienced or artistic or complete beginners.
  • Carole will run another session practising “The Art of Conversation.” This is a talking game which helps to develop enjoyable and effective communication. There are topic cards which promote discussion and encourage balanced, interesting conversations. A skill to use in social situations and help overcome any apprehension.
  • Games – a selection of traditional board games and activities
And Finally ..... Time after the Main Event to circulate, chat, seek advice or offer help and generally catch up.
Confidentiality Please respect each others’ privacy and don’t discuss outside meetings who else attends or what they say at DAAS events, unless that person has given you permission to do so.
Note for first-timers At DAAS meetings you are welcome to join in and take part but you are also welcome to just listen & observe – whatever feels comfortable.
Can You Help? Many thanks to those who already help in running DAAS meetings or who have recently offered to take on some of the support roles. If you would like DAAS to thrive and prosper please think seriously about what you too can do.