Reiterating what ASPIE already knows source The Times Raconteur 30/1/2019 Reaping rewards of a diverse workforce Finding, recruiting and retaining top-tier talent has been a long-term challenge for businesses of all sizes, with in-demand staff becoming more aware of their bargaining power as unemployment rates remain low. This shifting dynamic is driving companies to re-assess […]
ASPIE members’ choice for our Christmas dinner was Ye Olde Talbot again on Wednesday 19 December 2018. Darren, above in the red t-shirt sums it up perfectly. Thank you Julia and Liz for inviting me to the Christmas meal tonight at the last minute, and also thank you to Ye Olde Talbot Inn, Worcester, for doing […]
Good Luck to ASPIE AVENGERS FC playing in the Three Counties Ability Counts League match at Hereford on Sunday 2 December 2018. Aspies (16+) wanting to play football with other aspies are welcome to meet the team at their training sessions at KGV in Worcester on Wednesdays 5pm to 6pm.
We’ve called it Friends of ASPIE but it’s for parents, spouses, partners and family members and If your aspie son/daughter/husband/wife/partner Was bullied at school, college, university and in the workplace Is isolated/misunderstood/vulnerable Has trouble making friends Doesn’t conform to “normal” behaviour Has problems making sense of the world Appears cold, aloof and unaffectionate Dropped out of […]
ASPIE was represented by member Jessie Burden as Cllr Jabba Riaz’s Consort for the Day on 23 June. Here is Jess’s account as Consort: ‘On 30th June I was lucky enough to be the Councillor Jabba Riaz’s, Mayor of Worcester, consort for the day. This involved accompanying him through his busy schedule. We attended five […]
Our Friends of ASPIE meeting is this Saturday 23 June 2018, 3pm at 26 Sansome Walk. Join Bill for his unique insight into Asperger’s. Newcomers, parents, family members and health professionals welcome. Secondly, we are delighted that the Fossils Cricket Club will again play in support of ASPIE 2pm on Sunday 1 July. For an idyllic […]
It can be very difficult for people with Asperger syndrome to predict or plan what will happen at any given event or time. It’s our permanent base which enables members to meet together twice a week providing the regular routine, same days, same times, same familiar faces which provides the regular routine and a sense of control […]