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Cumbria and the North East event about Autism
Fri 7 April 2017, 09:30 – 15:00 BST
The event is aimed at learning disability and mental health professionals for health and social care to include commissioners, social work managers, voluntary sector service and support providers and people with autism.
The programme theme is Autism and Mental Health
This event will include:
Personal stories from people with autism and those who care for people with autism
Regional feedback from the Self-Assessment Framework (SAF) from the Department of Health
Workshops covering community based services and an update from health providers
If you would like to have a stall or any questions about buffet food, please contact Pam Lawrence (0776 0420251, email@example.com)
For those who need to familiarise themselves with the room in advance, please come to the Baltic main entrance at 10.20 on Tuesday 21st March.
Full programme will be sent out in the next two weeks.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
BALTIC is situated on the Quayside in Gateshead, a 10 minute walk from Gateshead Town Centre.
BALTIC is accessible for pedestrians from the Newcastle Quayside over the Gateshead Millennium Bridge.
Parking spaces are available in the BALTIC Car Park. Follow Signage for 'Gateshead Quays' and 'Other Car Parks' until specific signage for BALTIC Car Park becomes visible. Spaces are pay on exit and cash-only.
BALTIC Car Park charges are as follows:
Up to 1 hour £1.80
Up to 2 hours £3.30
Up to 3 hours £4.80
Blue badge holders park FREE. For ticket validation during gallery hours (10.00-18.00), please go to the Information Desk on the ground floor of BALTIC. Outside of these times please contact security via the intercom on exit. Motorcycles can park free at all times in the designated Motorcycle bay.
Travelling by Train or Metro:
Tyne and Wear Metro Service. Newcastle Central Station or Gateshead Metro Interchange.
Travelling by Bus:
Gateshead Bus Interchange or Newcastle Central Station. The bright Yellow Quaylink buses run every 10 minutes during the day, at least every 20 minutes during the evening and directly serve BALTIC. The Quaylink service 1 (Q1) starts from both Gateshead Interchange and Newcastle Central Station.