It's Ok To Be Me - at Cleadon Park Library

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Join local author/illustrator and autistic advocate Lauren Osborne, for an open discussion and creative workshop about autism and self-acceptance. Together you will explore the history of autism, how the media has led to negative and positive! stereotypes about what it means to be autistic and get your creative juices flowing by creating your own artwork and doodles exploring your own unique experiences.

The event takes place:

•Thursday 4 April, 12-1.30pm at Hebburn Central - SOLD OUT
•Thursday 4 April, 3-4.30pm at Jarrow Focus
•Friday 5 April, 12-1.30pm at Cleadon Park
•Friday 5 April, 3-4.30pm at The Word - SOLD OUT

Suitable for ages 12+

Under 16's will need to be accompanied by an adult 

Free event but booking is required. Bookings can be made online via the links above. 

Image credit - Lauren Osborne

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