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Asking for money has always been an issue with me - a big reason why I gave up self-employment. I've been hassled a lot at work in the last 2 years to assist my European counterparts, which means more travel away from my wife and kids. The sub-boss of Europe has asked to meet with me tomorrow. I know he'll be pushing for me to increase my travel range outside the UK and expects it to be inside my current job setup. My equivalents based in Europe take-home salary is roughly double mine, but I hate confrontation and know I'll ask followed by a diatribe of useless information including some important points put across in a factual manner that will come across as demanding and arrogant. How do I do this successfully? Any and all advice would be appreciated note: they do not know I have ASD.
Hey I'm Jacs and I work for Yimby - we help people to raise money to make good things happen. More and more people are using Yimby to raise funds for all sorts of autism related causes. A couple of recent ones include, raising funds for a full year of weekly private therapy for a child with autism, and raising funds to buy a dark den for a children’s autism group in north London. Seeing the success of these projects, we're thinking about how we can best use Yimby to really support the autistic community. Are there any particular financial challenges that the community faces? Might there be some autism support organisations that could particularly do with fundraising support? These are just a couple of questions we’ve thought of, but I'd love to hear any thoughts you have on this. Thanks! Jacs
Hi all, My name's Katrina and I work in the Wills and Trusts team at Mencap. I wanted to let you know about the next lot of Planning for the Future seminars that we have taking place in the South Central and South West regions during September and October 2012. If you're worried about how your family member with a learning disability will manage financially when you are not around to support them, then come along to one of these FREE 2 hour seminars for families and carers, with information and advice provided by a specialist local legal professional. The next seminars will be taking place in the following locations: Monday 17th September, 12.30pm - 2.30pm - Reading, Berkshire Tuesday 18th September, 12.30pm - 2.30pm - Salisbury, Wiltshire Wednesday 19th September, 12.30pm - 2.30pm - Thame, Oxfordshire Thursday 20th September, 12.30pm - 2.30pm - Banbury, Oxfordshire Friday 21st September, 12.30pm - 2.30pm - Portsmouth, Hampshire Monday 8th October, 12.30pm - 2.30pm - Bristol, Avon Tuesday 9th October, 12.30pm - 2.30pm - Taunton, Somerset Wednesday 10th October, 12.30pm - 2.30pm - Redruth, Cornwall Thursday 11th October, 12.30pm - 2.30pm - Paignton, Devon Friday 12th October, 12.30pm - 2.30pm - Poole, Dorset Dates and locations of seminars taking place in other regions can be found on our website at: http://www.mencap.org.uk/pffe These seminars are always very popular, so please book your place(s) as soon as possible. All places and venue details will be confirmed in writing 2 weeks before the event. To book your place at any of the events please use our online booking form: https://www.mencap.org.uk/webform/book-place-planning-future-event Alternatively, please contact Gina Collins on 020 7696 6925 or email email@example.com Best wishes, Katrina