Adults

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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 monthly drop-ins for adults in Huntingdon and March, 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:

  • NAS New Year Tea Party



    Come and join us for ‘New Year’ Afternoon Tea and Cake

    Friday 10th January 2020, 2-5pm at The Exchange Tea Parlour, 1 Market Place, March PE15 9JF



    Please confirm if you would like to come by 18th December – let us know at the Drop Ins or email our Branch;  nascambridge@nas.org.uk 

    This will be a free event.   Let us know if you will need help to get there.

    Google map for The Exchange Tea Parlour: https://goo.gl/maps/YnwCBiG8LQBPMZL26

    Happy Christmas!

    Terri   Alan   Anna

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  • Cambridge NAS Annual General Meeting

    January 8th 2020, 8.00-9.00pm

    Chitra Sethia Autism Centre (Garden Room), Cambridge Road, Fulbourn, Cambridge, CB21 5EF.

    You are warmly invited to our AGM Meeting. This is an open Meeting for anyone to attend.

    We will report on Branch Activities for the past year and our proposed activities for the coming year.

    We will vote on our nominations for Branch Chair, Secretary and Treasurer.

    Tea, Coffee, cake and biscuits will be freely available.

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  • ABC Project Drop-in Session on Relationships, Sex and Disability

    The ABC team from Dhiverse are holding a drop-in session during Sexual Health Awareness Week 2019.

    Date:  Wednesday 18th September 10am -1pm

    At:  the Community Escape room at the Grafton Centre

    You can join them for a chat and light refreshments to find out what they do and how they make information around relationships and sex accessible to people with learning difficulties and autism. The theme for the drop-in is Relationships, Sex and Disability which is the topic for this year’s Sexual Health week.

    For more information please contact Rosie Childs on 01223 508805 or email rosie.childs@dhiverse.org.uk

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