Autism programme for teenage girls

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Autism Initiatives Northern Ireland will be holding a health programme in Lisburn next month,

The ‘Teen Girl Health Awareness Programme’ will be held in the Island Arts Centre and will begin on Tuesday January 13.

The programme will run for ten weeks from 6.45pm until 8.30pm.

The programme is for teenage girls aged 13yrs – 17yrs with a diagnosis of Aspergers and living within the South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust area.

The aim of the programme will be to help the girls learn how to be healthy, to build friendships, be happy and most of all to have fun.

Registration for the programme is essential.

For further information or to register, contact Helen Nelson on 9069 9130 or email register@ai-ni.co.uk.

The aim of Autism Initiatives is to meet the needs of people with autism, their families and carers by providing a range of services which are personal, professional and innovative.

Further information on the charity can be found online at www.autisminitiatives.org.