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Download our London Adults flyers:

Resources for Autism are proud to offer a variety of exciting groups across London and Birmingham and we are now delivering them virtually for anyone on the spectrum. Whether you want to learn a new creative art skill, talk about films or you simply want to socialise with other like-minded people, we will endeavour to find the right group for you.

We have a range of regular groups that take place during the week and on evenings and we also run specialist short term groups during the year like our ASC Women’s group.

If you would like to discuss an adult group you can call Charlotte or Mercy on 0208 458 3259 or email us on charlotte@resourcesforautism.org.uk or mercy@resourcesforautism.org.uk in London or Jayne in Birmingham on jayne@resourcesforautism.org.uk

Please note that there is a small charge which is means tested and no one is turned away for financial reasons.

We also have a waiting list for some groups.

All flyers are downloadable below for you to look at.

If you would like a place please fill in the referral form and someone will get back to you.

Download our West Midlands Adults flyers:

Download our Virtual Event Calendars:

  •  RFA Adult October Calendar
    – Including many exciting activities like Well-Being, Music and Singing, Learning Makaton, Quizzes, Film Club etc.
  •  RFA Adult November Calendar
    – Including many exciting activities like Well-Being, Music and Singing, Crochet, Film Club, Music for the Mind etc.

For more information and to sign up to an event email gavin@resourcesforautism.org.uk with your name and email address as well as the name of the event you would like to attend.

Autism Community Volunteering

Are you on the spectrum and wanting to volunteer in the local community?

Autism Community Volunteering is a Resources for Autism project for adults who wish to work in voluntary placements that will benefit both themselves and the community.

Some individuals may not be able to obtain paid employment due to a mental health condition or anxiety. The Autism Community Volunteering Service offers you the opportunity to do something that is exciting, fulfilling and a great experience, without the added pressure that paid work can bring.

We have placed adults in a number of exciting roles including; dog walking, administration, befriending, libraries etc.

All we ask is that you are reliable, committed and willing to work.

For more information or to talk to someone contact: mercy@resourcesforautism.org.uk

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