There is a range of support for adults with autism in the Cambridge area.
- The branch runs an Adult Social Club in Cambridge for people on the autistic spectrum aged 18+.
- We run a monthly drop-in for adults in Huntingdon, providing support and advice.
- The National Autistic Society and Cambridgeshire County Council fund two Autism Support Managers providing support to adults across the county.
- We run an Autism Support Network in partnership with VoiceAbility.
- Our resources pages have links to other organisations providing information, support, activities and diagnosis for adults.
Latest news for adults:
- Autism and Sensory Processing: a training day with Olga Bogdashina, Janet Gurney and Jemma Swales
Friday 18 May 2018
Doors open at 9am for a 9.30am start
Ends at 4.30pm
Venue: Swiss Cottage School, London NW8 6HX
The Caldwell Autism Foundation, in partnership with Swiss Cottage School Development and Research Centre, invites you to a training day on autism and sensory processing.
This event will deepen your understanding of the sensory world of autism and provide insights on how the support we provide to autistic people can be made more effective by an understanding of their different sensory experiences. Continue reading →
- Understanding the factors which affect whether autistic individuals complete university.
This research is being conducted by Dr. Eilidh Cage, Rhoda Breakell and Louise Vinales from the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London. Our research focuses on understanding the factors that might influence autistic individuals completing their undergraduate studies. We hope that your answers will help us understand the factors that affect autistic individuals’ experiences at university and the reasons behind why some people do not complete their course. We are looking to hear from both people who completed university and those who did not.
If you are interested in taking part in the online survey, follow this link
- Inclusion Project for young adults
The Inclusion Project is an innovative initiative that promotes a healthy, social and active lifestyle for young adults (aged 16+) with learning difficulties. The emphasis is for participants to be included into the happenings of the community. There is a daily timetable of activities including sports club, cinema, shopping, golf and much more. Please go to the website for full details: https://inclusionproject.co.uk/