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    Weʼve raised £430 to for the Triple A Project who help & support adults living with Autism

    Cumbria UK
    Funded on Tuesday, 21st November 2017

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    As part of her midlife crisis & bucket list Mandy signed herself up for a few personal chanllenges to help raise funds for the Triple A Project who make a positive difference to the lives of adults living with Autism. She's now roped in friends Tamla Jefferson & Paula Younger to take part in the challenge & try to raise as much as possible for a very worthy cause.

    On 21st October 2017 we will be taking part in the Manchester Rough Runner Obsticle course. Please sponsor us whatever you can afford & help us through this huge personal challenge. Heres a taste of what what we'll be doing & where funds raised will be spent.

    Thank you in advance x

    The challenge!!

    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1438285529539648&id=610314495670093

    THE TRIPLE A PROJECT

    Triple A Project has developed and introduced autism specific interventions and support for individuals who are at risk of or have become in contact with the criminal justice system.

    Socialeyes

    Socialeyes is a social skills learning resource that the National Autistic Society developed with and for autistic individuals

    does not ask people on the autism spectrum to change ‘inappropriate’ social behaviour, or to acquire social skills by copying the ‘typical’ behaviour of others. Instead, it gives people the option of learning social interaction skills or alternative social strategies

    The Navigator Programme

    Triple A Project Navigator Programme was devised as a result of listening to the issues and challenges faced by many individuals. A Navigator is a hybrid of mentor, advocate, befriender and is matched with an autistic adult who is either at risk or, or engaged with criminal justice sytem. The aim is to steer and support individuals towards a safe and positive life; building on strengths and navigating a path towards identified goals.

    Positive Pals

    Positive Pals is being created to provide a safe, social environment to make and sustain friendships. This will operate physically and virtually around the county of

    Cumbria. Positive Pals will enable and encourage safe and natural friendships to develop and to tackle isolation without the threat of mate-crime.

    Consultation and development underway – if you would like to be involved with this or would like to find out more, please contact Triple A Project for more information.

    Triple A Project, click here for more information

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    • Amanda,Tamla & Paula1 year ago
      Amanda,Tamla & Paula

      Amanda,Tamla & Paula

      1 year ago

      We did it!!! Just £15 away from our target if anyone else would like to help this amazing cause. Massive thank you to everyone that supported us xx

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    • Amanda,Tamla & Paula1 year ago
      Amanda,Tamla & Paula

      Amanda,Tamla & Paula

      1 year ago

      8.15 Sat morning & in the gym working on upper body. Really don’t want to fall in the water!! Many thanks to all who hav Thank you xxe supported us so far. 2 weeks today til the big challenge so please keep us motivated, but more importantly every penny raised will be helping Vulnerable Adults living with Autism. The Triple A Project are making a physical difference to a lot of lives please help them to continue this work

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    • Amanda,Tamla & Paula1 year ago
      Amanda,Tamla & Paula

      Amanda,Tamla & Paula

      1 year ago

      Training is going well, we even went running on a very wet Walney beach !! We even got some obsticle practice in at the park, that was so much fun. We're rather determined to smash this & raise as much as possible for the Triple A Project. Lots more training to do so please help us stay motivated Many thanks for all the sponsorship so far, really is appreciated

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    Supporters

    31

    • Lyn Place

      Lyn Place

      Nov 2, 2017

      Well done on your achievement. Fantastic causes to donate to.

      £30.00

    • Lucy Simpson

      Lucy Simpson

      Nov 2, 2017

      Well done Mandy. It looked great fun. Lucy xx

      £15.00

    • Helen Storey

      Helen Storey

      Nov 2, 2017

      £20.00

    • Paula Younger

      Paula Younger

      Oct 27, 2017

      the sponsor money people have gave me alan, joe, John, graham thanks guys for ur help

      £30.00

    • Lorraine

      Lorraine

      Oct 23, 2017

      Good Luck

      £5.00

    • Holly Grayless

      Holly Grayless

      Oct 21, 2017

      Good luck Paula ... lots of love Holly ❤️ Xx

      £5.00

    • Rachael Goligy

      Rachael Goligy

      Oct 20, 2017

      Good luck Amanda x hope you enjoy it as much as last year. Love Rachael and Shola xx

      £10.00

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    Amanda,Tamla & Paula

    Amanda,Tamla & Paula

    Cumbria UK

    Amanda has a 21 yr old son with Autism. Life has been challenging & there is little help or support for vulnerable adults living with Autism Triple A Project & the team are making a physical positive difference to the lives of many people but need funds to continue their work.

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