Turning Heads - A 10-week cooking skills programme called 'Imagine This'

Turning Heads have been given a grant by the Torbay Development Community Trust to develop a short and interactive cooking skills programme for young people in Torbay as we move out of lockdown. (This can be accessed by anyone using the link below).

The grant is to produce a 10-week programme, called Imagine This, consisting of cooking videos, recipes and easy-read guides to help provide a resource for young people of all abilities to access.

Find out more by clicking on this link:

Sibs are running online workshops for parents on "Supporting siblings of disabled children".

Dates and times are as follows:

  • 15th September 2020, 1pm-2pm
  • 16th September 2020, 10.30am-11.30am
  • 17th September 2020, 7.30pm-8.30pm

Cost: £10.

Find out more and book a place here

Devon Carers new online Sleep Workshop on Zoom

This workshop will enable carers who are looking to improve the quality of their sleep patterns, chat through related issues with other carers and find solutions together.

The workshop will be held online on Zoom on Tuesday 28th July 11am-1pm.

Spaces are limited so please book your place by emailing

The Curly Hair Project – Autism Webinars

The Curly Hair Project are running online training for children, young people, parents/carers and professionals on subjects linked to Autism.

Courses vary in cost from £6.50 to £100+. Please see links below to full course details.

Blue Peter – 6 Badges of Summer. Green, Sport, Music, Blue, Fan Club and Silver – 6 Blue Peter Badges you can earn right now! Find out more and download a 6 Badges of Summer wallchart here:

Cygnet – Parent autism awareness programme invite

Babcock LDP as licensed trainers will be offering access to this programme during this summer term, as hosting their usual parent autism awareness programme is not physically possible at this time

Is this course for me?

After a diagnosis parents and carers can have a lot of questions about autism and may feel isolated in managing their child’s needs.

Children’s needs also change over time, and information and advice received when a child is younger may need to be updated to be relevant for the child/young person today.

Attending Cygnet gives parents and carers an opportunity to develop their understanding of autism and look at practical solutions to managing social communication and behaviour difficulties.

How do I accept and access the programme?

Simply email to indicate you would like to accept the course access offer (using the same email you wish weekly web link sending to)

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