Pembrokeshire – Cymorth Teulu ASD – Sir Benfro

ASD Family Help has a new area, and project, called “Autism Support (start-up) Pembrokeshire” supporting the community thanks to National Lottery funding.

ASD Family Help in Pembroke, Tenby, Milford Haven, Haverford West & Saundersford, are helping their community during this challenging time thanks to National Lottery players by providing a variety of Autism related training courses, and peer support, to families/carers who have a young autistic person, and additional advice and information sharing through our new Pembrokeshire Facebook page, and thereby helping people navigate through the complex issues, and information specific to their families.

To stay up to date with our training and workshops (which will likely be remotely over zoom at this time), please visit our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/ASDFamilyPembs

Melissa is the Project Lead in Pembrokeshire

Mae gan Cymorth Teulu ASD ardal newydd, a phrosiect, o’r enw “Autism Support (start-up) Sir Benfro” sy’n cefnogi’r gymuned diolch i arian y Loteri Genedlaethol.

Cymorth Teulu ASD ym Mhenfro, Dinbych-y-pysgod, Aberdaugleddau, Gorllewin Hwlffordd & Mae Saundersford, yn helpu eu cymuned yn ystod yr amser heriol hwn diolch i chwaraewyr y Loteri Genedlaethol trwy ddarparu amrywiaeth o gyrsiau hyfforddi cysylltiedig ag Awtistiaeth, a chefnogaeth cymheiriaid, i deuluoedd / gofalwyr sydd â pherson awtistig ifanc, a chyngor a rhannu gwybodaeth ychwanegol trwy ein Sir Benfro newydd. Tudalen Facebook, a thrwy hynny helpu pobl i lywio trwy’r materion cymhleth, a gwybodaeth sy’n benodol i’w teuluoedd.

I gael y wybodaeth ddiweddaraf am ein hyfforddiant a’n gweithdai (a fydd yn debygol o fod o bell dros chwyddo ar yr adeg hon), ewch i’n tudalen Facebook http://www.facebook.com/ASDFamilyPembs

A message from Melissa: “This is so exciting! To be able to reach out to the parents / carers of children pre / post an autism diagnosis and run a range of supportive parent autism workshops, which will enable families to come together, feel they are not alone, as well as empowering them with the skills and knowledge on understanding and helping their children. I can’t wait to get started and as everything starts to reopen, run these workshops face to face and hopefully start to bring some acknowledgment and awareness around autism. Our goal is for our young autistic people to grow into happy independent adults who feel safe and be part of the local community.”

Neges gan Melissa: “Mae hyn mor gyffrous! Gallu estyn allan at rieni / gofalwyr plant cyn / ar ôl cael diagnosis awtistiaeth a chynnal ystod o weithdai awtistiaeth rhieni cefnogol, a fydd yn galluogi teuluoedd i ddod at ei gilydd, yn teimlo nad ydyn nhw ar eu pennau eu hunain, yn ogystal â’u grymuso gyda’r sgiliau a gwybodaeth ar ddeall a helpu eu plant. Ni allaf aros i ddechrau ac wrth i bopeth ddechrau ailagor, rhedeg y gweithdai hyn wyneb yn wyneb a gobeithio dod â rhywfaint o gydnabyddiaeth ac ymwybyddiaeth ynghylch awtistiaeth. Ein nod yw i’n pobl awtistig ifanc dyfu i fod yn oedolion annibynnol hapus sy’n teimlo’n ddiogel ac yn rhan o’r gymuned leol. ”