Pat Nevin talks about autism
0 Have your say The ever growing Meeting of Minds group, started by a handful of eastern Borders parents who have children with autism, is attracting the attention of campaigners and experts.
At their next event, in Cafe U, Roxburgh Street, Kelso, on Friday, October 28, at 2pm, former Chelsea and Everton footballer Pat Nevin will be speaking and health and education professionals will be there to give advice to parents, families, carers and teachers.
Pat Nevin is an ambassador for ART (Autism Research Trust), a widely respected campaigner and fundraiser for autism. At the Kelso event he... read more
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