Our Moving Forward project supports autistic people aged 16-24 who want to work, volunteer, or go to college or university. The project is run by our Employment Services Scotland team.

We help autistic people develop social confidence, work and independent living skills.

What is Moving Forward?

The Moving Forward project consists of two modules: 'Building independence' and 'First steps to employment'. Depending on the employment support you need, you will start on either the 'Building independence' module, or go straight into 'First steps to employment'.

Each module lasts for six weeks. Small group work with others on the course takes place in our Glasgow office for one half-day per week.

Everyone who completes Module 2 will receive a job search pack, and will be able to contact Employment Services Scotland for advice on job-seeking and interviews for the next six months.

Download the Moving Forward leaflet

Interested in taking part?

If you are aged between 16 and 24, have an autism or Asperger syndrome diagnosis, and feel you would benefit from our support, we would be pleased to hear from you.

You'll need to be able to travel to our office in Glasgow to take part in this project.

Contact Prospects

The National Autistic Society Scotland
1st Floor, 109 Hope Street
Glasgow
G2 6LL

Telephone: 0141 248 1725
Email: moving.forward@nas.org.uk

Moving Forward is kindly supported by Cashback for Communities

Cash Back for Communities