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Branches and groups in Yorkshire and the Humber

Listing of branches in this area


This is a database feed from the

Autism Services Directory , updated every 24 hours.

Our branches provide a local hub where parents, carers and people with autism can get help, access services, support each other and meet other people and families in similar situations.

All our local branches are run by volunteers: please be aware that it may not be possible for your call to be answered straight away.

  • NAS Calderdale Branch
    Contact Address
    07798 617448 (Quicker response will be via email), email: calderdale@nas.org.uk

    http://www.calderdalenas.org.uk

    Description

    The NAS Calderdale Branch provides support to people diagnosed with autism or on the waiting list awaiting diagnosis for autism. We provide a number of different monthly activities, an active Facebook group and a monthly newsletter plus we are involved with active fundraising throughout the year. The branch works alongside other local services to raise awareness and influence support. The branch is run by volunteers and all our activities are funded entirely by donations. Please check our website or email the branch if you would like to more or become involved with the branch. The telephone number is 07798 617448 (please note this phone is checked very occasionally. A quicker response will be via email).




  • NAS Harrogate and District Branch
    Contact Address
    07824 473871, email: nasharrogatebranch@nas.org.uk

    www.harrogate-autism.org.uk

    Description
    Offers support to families in Harrogate, Richmondshire and Craven who have a child or member with autism or Asperger syndrome. For further details, please contact the branch by email or on 07824 473871 (a message can be left for one of our committee members).


  • NAS Hull and East Riding Branch
    Contact Address
    07917 040380, email: hulleastriding@nas.org.uk

    http://hulleastridingnas.weebly.com/

    Description
    NAS Branches offer support to families who have a child or member with autism or Asperger syndrome.


  • NAS Keighley Branch
    Contact Address
    Matthew Morley, Branch Officer, tel: 07435 784987, email: keighley@nas.org.uk

    Description

    The Keighley / Bingley Branch of the National Autistic Society supports parents and carers of children and adults on the autism spectrum. The group meets on the third Monday of the month at the Brown Cow, Ireland Terrace, Bingley BD16 2QX from 6.00pm - 8.00pm (the meeting itself will start from 6.30pm). We provide information, strategies, connections and have the chance to talk and learn from each other as well as guest speakers. We have a branch library and arrange talks and activities. Please contact us to find out more.




  • NAS North Yorkshire Central Branch
    Contact Address
    07818 016431, email: North.York@nas.org.uk

    Description

    A volunteer-led National Autistic Society branch for children on the autism spectrum and their families in the York, Selby and Hambleton local authority areas. We hold ‘Siblings Events’, sessions for autistic girls and monthly trampolining sessions, as well as one-off events. We welcome new attendees at all of our sessions and events, and we are always keen to have new volunteers join our branch team.




  • NAS Rotherham Branch
    Contact Address
    07531 134117 (for adult bowling club, texts only), email: rotherham@nas.org.uk

    http://www.nasbranch.org.uk/rotherham

    Description

    The NAS Rotherham Branch launched in October 2008 and is run on a voluntary basis by parents, carers and also adults with autism spectrum conditions (ASCs). We hold monthly peer support meetings for adults on the spectrum, and are hoping to relaunch our parent/carer group meetings in the near future. We also provide a number of activities for both families and adults with autism, see our adult and family activities lists. The Branch volunteers raise awareness of autism and support and encourage the development of autism services in Rotherham. Income to provide social activities and resources are raised by local parents, private donations and by applying for funding. We rely on volunteers to run the branch and welcome applications from people in the local area who would like to help out with our activities; raising awareness or running support group sessions (eg in local schools). We also organise seminars, speakers, and other activities to make information, advice and support more accessible for all.



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Last updated: 26/09/2017 12:43:42