20th Anniversary of the Puzzle Centre

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Puzzle Centre held a commemorative event to mark their 20th Anniversary of its founding. The Founder, Alex Stanyer was awarded the MBE for her services to Autistic Children and they also announced their outstanding review from OFSTED and the appointment of their new CEO Jan Webster.

We were delighted to be invited to such a prestigious evening. They do incredible work and are a team with an experienced and strong leadership team and a big heart to make the lives of young children (and their parents) with autism happier! 

The Clare Foundation are currently supporting the Puzzle Centre on a use of space project. This involves establishing how best they can use their existing space and working with them and architects / builders / storage experts on how an existing shade could be altered to be a warm and welcoming space for parents.

About the Puzzle Centre

Puzzle Centre is a charity promoting and delivering early intervention for young children with autism or communication difficulties. They provide training and outreach to families and practitioners throughout the UK. http://www.puzzlecentre.org.uk.

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