News & Events
Welcome to our events page where we keep you up to date with all that we’re doing and you can book tickets.
We’re on the lookout for a passionate and dedicated individual to join us as a Project Coordinator at Creatovators. As a Project Coordinator, you will play a crucial role in ensuring the smooth execution of our projects and initiatives aimed at improving the lives of children on the autistic spectrum and their families. We’re seeking a team member who can blend organizational skills with a genuine passion for making a positive impact.
For further information about the role, please take a look at the job description linked below. You can apply by completing the application form and either sending it to email@example.com or by post to:
Applications Creatovators CIC, 13 Drumbeg Terrace, Milngavie, G62 7RH
The deadline for applications is 5pm on 27th of September.
Our monthly Playschemes are an opportunity for autistic children and their families to relax, play, and come together in a safe, inclusive, and autism friendly environment. The sessions take place at Bearsden Baptist Church and St Columba’s Hillhead Church in Kirkintolloch. Both Playschemes have a wide variety of inside and outside activities. These activities often include a sensory area, crafts, music, Lego, archery, and more.
Teas, coffees, juice, and snacks are provided for children and adults alike, though people are free to bring along their own.
There is no cost for attending the Playscheme, though there is the option to make a donation to contribute towards the running of the event.
Both Playschemes happen one Saturday per month during the school year. The Bearsden Playschemes take place between 10am and 11:30am and the Kirkintilloch Playschemes take place between 2:30pm and 4:00pm. To book for the latest Playscheme, please check the events bookings below. Please get in touch if you would like to be added to the mailing list for when bookings are made available.
‘You Are Not Alone’ Support Sessions
At Creatovators, we know how difficult the time before and after diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Condition can be. The emotions involved, meetings with different professionals and everything surrounding the whole process can be time consuming and traumatic. Having walked this path and with our training and expertise we come together to listen to each other and provide information in evening sessions.
Each session has an invited speaker/s who will give a talk about their area of expertise, a “Panel Time” where our speakers and folk from the autistic community answer your questions, and you can catch up with available support during our “Blether and Browse” time.
All sessions are part-funded by the Scottish Government Health and Wellbeing Fund in partnership with East Dunbartonshire Voluntary Action.