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Information and advice via telephone helpline and email. Information via website, parent handbooks, factsheets and newsletter. The ASD Family Help charity is a 'User Led' independent and voluntary group that offers free support and advice to individuals on the autistic spectrum, their parents, carers and professionals within Wokingham Borough, Berkshire. Family Support for parents and carers of children with a diagnosis of an autism spectrum condition.
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A voluntary group providing activities and training to improve the lives of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and their families in Milton Keynes. Autism Berkshire is the leading autism charity in the county, providing a comprehensive range of advice, support, training and leisure activities for individuals and families living with autism, both pre- and post-diagnosis, including the only autism-specific helpline in Berkshire. Training, support and consutancy service for schools, families and individuals. We are an Oxfordshire based charity offering support and information for parents living in Oxfordshire.
Autism Hampshire is an Independent Regional Charity. It offers direct services to over young adults and adults on the autistic spectrum as well as providing Outreach support to many more.
All pupils and residents are taught and cared for in very homely surroundings by over autism specific trained staff. The purpose of our group is to give parents and carers the opportunity to share information, advice and support, in a relaxed, informal environment.
The Family Advice Service and our parent members currently operate a number of support groups and drop-ins for parents, grandparents and carers of disabled children in the Swanley, Gravesend, Northfleet, Swanscombe and Greenhithe and Dartford areas. Bexley SNAP was formed in by a small group of parents committed to ensuring the needs of their disabled child in Bexley were considered in planning leisure and support services around the borough.
BTGSE exists to support adults on the autistic spectrum in everyday life. The majority of people with an ASD fall outside the criteria of the statutory services, therefore the only support available to them is via charity. We offer accurate and up to date resources and information about the law on special educational needs and disability.
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An opportunity for parents and carers to talk and listen to others with similar experiences. To exchange ideas and information and discuss concerns. Child Autism UK provides services and advice for families of children with autism. Children and their families are at the heart of everything we do and we are committed to helping both achieve a better quality of life. A parent support group meeting on the First Tuesday of every month term-time only at the Cowes Children's Centre.
Connected to any care or service provided by our Trust. Dimensions is a specialist provider of a wide range of services for people with learning disabilities and people who experience autism. We are a not-for-profit organisation, supporting around 3, people and their families throughout England and Wales.
Supporting children and young people with ASD, and their families. Help with autism is THE place to find great quality, up to date support and resources for anything autism related. Family support, consultation and direct coaching for children and young people with special needs.
We offer support and advice about special educational needs and disabilities, including social care and short breaks. We provide social, sporting and recreational activities for children and young adults with special needs in the surrounding area. MAGIC is an independent Medway-based charitable organisation providing a range of activities and events to support families living with autism, Asperger's and other learning difficulties. We are all families from Brighton and Hove and we all use the same schools and services.
We are a group of volunteers who aim to provide support and information to people with autism spectrum disorders and their families.
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It offers regular activities for families of children with autism, one to one support for families e. The branch activities include monthly sensory swimming sessions, monthly soft play sessions, a bi-weekly autism specific gaming club, and a weekly autism specific youth club for ages The NAS Croydon Branch Parent Group aims to reduce some of the isolation felt by those who have received a diagnosis or are waiting to receive a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder for a family member.
We run two monthly groups at Triangles Community Centre in Dover, one for ages 10 and under and the other for ages 10 and above. The group aims to provide support and information to parents and carers of those with an autism spectrum disorder. Formal diagnosis is not a requirement, the branch is still there for people affected by autism to help in any way it can. It was a group based in Kingston-upon-Thames that was set up by parents with children on the autism spectrum. The committee members all have children who are on the autism spectrum and understand the challenges and rewards this brings.
Local support group aiming to inform and help local parents and carers by: publishing a newsletter; running a club for school aged children; organising regular family activities; liaising with local services and raising awareness. The branch supports children, young people and adults with autism, and their families, in the South Hampshire area.
Our resource centre helps people with autism to enjoy life and to find out more about what autism means to them. We run a huge range of activities across Surrey and beyond, from after-school play schemes to adult self-advocacy groups. Our team are all parents of someone on the autism spectrum or people who have an autism spectrum condition themselves. The Thanet branch run a weekly support group at a local youth club for parents and carers to have an informal chat or receive information and learn more about ASD.
Children on the autism spectrum of any age are welcome, as are their siblings. The West Berkshire Branch provides speaker evenings, social clubs for children and young people, family holiday activities, a newsletter, local lobbying and a range of weekly and monthly activities. We are a parent run charity supporting families with children and young adults with ASD or related conditions across Oxfordshire. Impartial information, advice and supoprt for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, and their families.
Helpline, websites, information sheets and practical help with meetings, paperwork, complaints etc. A support group for parents and individuals with a autism diagnosis or awaiting a autism diagnosis and their siblings too.
Parent Support provided alongside clubs for young people age 11 to 25 on the autism spectrum, giving parents a break and the opportunity to meet with other parents and chat to our trained parent supporters. A charity for people with severe learning disabilities whose behaviour challenges. Making a difference to the lives of children and adults across the UK through.
The Springboard Project is a community based charity that provides inclusive play and leisure opportunities for families with young children and fun short breaks for children and teenagers with disabilities. For families living with autism and similar conditions in Hart, Rushmoor and surrounding areas. Also children and young people with SEND themselves.
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This group is run in conjunction with West Berkshire Council for parents and carers living in West Berkshire. The service provides impartial information, advice and support to parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilites. The group meets on the first Friday of every month for coffee, cake and a chat. It offers support and advice to parents, carers and families whose lives are affected by autism. There are regular guest speakers, family activities and other days out. Impartial information, advice and support relating to special educational needs and disability SEND.
Aims to provide free, confidential, impartial advice, guidance and support to parents of children with special educational needs, including the very young. The Women's Asperger Circle. A self help circle for women 30 years old and above who have been given a late in life diagnosis of Asperger's syndrome.
Allsorts is run by members for members. We always listen to what our families tell us they want and try to give them the services they say they need. We are a voluntary self- help organisation providing help and support for children and young adults aged years with ADHD, Aspergers or Autism and their families in the Teignbridge, Torbay and South Hams areas. This is an informal support group for families in the Tewkesbury area who have children affected by Aspergers Syndrome or Autism.
Is a club for children aged 5 or over, and young adults with Asperger's Syndrome or an autism related condition ASC ,and their families. We run drop-in groups for adults in Bournemouth, Dorchester, Yeovil and Southampton. The groups provide an opportunity for people to meet others with the condition to socialise and share ideas in a supportive and friendly environment.