A series of Evening Talks arranged by the Multi-Agency Autism Group (MAAG) to help parents, families, carers and professionals learn more about autism and to gain confidence in managing children in their care.
|Who||Ashley Gorton, e-Safety Development Officer,
Education Safeguarding Team, Kent County Council.
|What||Raising awareness of online safety risks and safeguarding children and young people in the digital world.|
|When||Wednesday 20 April 2016 at 6.45pm until 8:45pm|
|Where||North Kent College, Oakfield Lane, Dartford, DA1 2JT|
|Booking||Lois Spearing email@example.com
Lois will book your place at the meeting
|Questions||Jo Blamires Jo@kentautistic.com
Please contact Jo directly with any questions about the topic being discussed at the meeting
The Multi-Agency Autism Group is a partnership of representatives from Health, Education, Social Services, Voluntary Agencies and Parents. We provide this event and any follow-up information in the hope that it may prove useful; we believe it comes from credible sources but we are unable to vouch for the content and its suitability for your needs. Any views and opinions expressed by guest presenters are their own and are not necessarily endorsed by MAAG. People attending can use the information and knowledge gained but MAAG and our guest presenters cannot be liable for the outcome or any adverse effects. Guest presenters usually give of their time voluntarily..