Venue: Hackney CVS, Dalston Lane.
In East London. Where I live. Great place.
Janine Booth, Matt Abbott, Mark Coverdale and Fran Isherwood entertaining the troops - well, pickets - during the latest strike action for a living wage and decent workiing conditions at Hackney Picturehouse cinema.
Understanding autism equality in the workplace
Booking fee: £20
Who is this course is for?
This half-day workshop is for anyone who works in the voluntary or public sector that wants to gain an understanding of the Autism spectrum.
The course equips participants with an understanding of the needs of people with ASD and enables them to develop strategies and tools for working with people.
Janine will be performing poetry and running a stall with al her books on sale!
Here's the blurb ...
On 13 January, I addressed Hackney's Health and Wellbeing Board as part of its Patient Voice agenda item, discussing provision for autistic adults in the Borough. Rather belatedly, Hackney is now considering a draft plan to implement its duties under the Autism Act. Here's what I said ...
Janine will be debating James Abbott, editor of railway journal "Modern Railways", at this meeting fro members of the Labour Party in Leabridge ward.
Venue: St John Ambulance Hall, 1a Mildenhall Road, E5 0RU
Come and enjoy an evening of poetry and spoken word from new and established poets / writers, including a five-minute slot from Janine.
Poetry 7pm – 10pm
Dare2bDifferent After Party 10pm-3am
Tipsy Bar 20 Stoke Newington Road, Dalston, London N16 7XN