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Inclusive Family Socials are casual get togethers for autism families with children of all ages. These are relaxed events featuring a unique, fun activity,

A course for parents and carers who have a child awaiting assessment or who have recently (in the past year) been given a diagnosis

The North Somerset Branch of the National Autistic Society are hoping to set up an Out of School club for autistic children aged 8 and

Saturday 8th February at Haywood Village Community Hall, Weston-super-Mare, BS24 8ES, to raise money for social group for young people with autism in North

Manor Community is carrying out research in association with Health Education England to create a career guidance framework for anyone to specialise in working

The Family Dog service at the assistance dog charity Dogs for Good is for parents and carers who have a child with autism between

Weekly Drop-insBAS will hold a weekly, term time drop-in advice and support session at the Bedminster Quaker Meeting House. These will take place on

Diverse is a social and support network for adults 16+ that identify as autistic. Diverse has evolved from the Bristol Asperger Social Group, and

A quick guide for young people and their families. More than 1 in 100 people have autism. Being autistic affects people in different ways.

Weekly Drop-ins A weekly, term time drop-in session for parents and carers in South Bristol at the Bedminster Quaker Meeting House. These will take

Findings of All Party Parliamentary Group on Autism The report concludes that progress for people with autism has been held up because there isn’t