Summer social group launch new timetable of activities

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It is not always easy to find support as an autistic adult.

In our experience, autistic people do not always get the opportunity to access activities outside of their daily routine. Often there are limited services available to enable positive social experiences.

Our Social Space for autistic adults provides safe spaces to socialise with like-minded people and offers the chance to develop wellbeing strategies.

The group is open to autistic adults, whether they are diagnosed, self-diagnosed or waiting for diagnosis. Membership of the group is free.

New activities have now been announced from June to August, covering the summer period.

- Matlock Bath Trip - 22 June 2024
- Catch-up online on Zoom - 6pm-7.30pm, 11 July 2024
- Visit to Nottingham Castle - 20 July 2024
- Catch-up online on Zoom - 6pm-7.30pm, 8 August 2024
- Bowling in Mansfield - 17 August 2024

Attendance is completely free and there is no obligation to attend every event, you can come and go as much as you like.

If you'd like to join the group or would like details about any of the activities, you can get in touch via the details below:


Phone: 01909 506 678 and ask for Daniel Adams.

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Over 25?

If you or somebody you know is over 25 and shows signs of autism, the next step is to book an appointment with your GP. Make sure your diagnosis is the only thing you are seeing your GP about. If you try to mention it during a consultation about another subject, your GP may not address it fully.

Not sure where to start?

We have a team of extremely experienced staff that advocate autism and understand it in a way others do not. If you need help or more information, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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