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Advance teaching TST in the Republic of Ireland


Last August an Advance parent invited Linda to give a seminar in a beautiful small town called Mallow, near Cork in the Republic of Ireland. Advance is now delighted to be visiting Mallow 3 times a year to evaluate children and teach TST to families. We have been able to use The Gilbert Centre, which is a beautiful purpose built venue for disabled people with spacious rooms, an amazing cafe and a roof garden. The Mallow project has gone so well, Linda has decided to ask other Advance parents if they would like to find venues for TST around the UK. As a result, we have been invited to Cornwall in the beginning of March and possibly to Cardiff in the early spring. If you would like more information about these venues, then please let us know.


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