Siblings supported by autism group
YOUNG siblings of people who have autism are being offered support through a new group launched at a specialist centre in Truro.
Spectrum, which runs information groups at The Pearl Centre for people experiencing and living with an autistic spectrum disorder, is offering advice to children who have a brother or sister with the condition.
The group wants to develop understanding about autistic spectrum disorders from an early age, giving children the skills to cope and manage the situations they may face.
It will also give the youngsters facing similar difficulties the chance to socialise together and have fun outside the family and school settings.
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Its Asperger's group offers adults an opportunity to discuss stress management, relationships, employment, housing, health, benefits and hobbies.
This is also an opportunity for those with Asperger's to meet and socialise with others, as well as becoming a group that can represent the condition and promote their rights and opinions.
Spectrum said: "These sessions will provide a safe and secure environment for people to communicate freely, as well as learn and develop personal skills."
For more information, call the centre on 01872 278378.