Thursdays 5.30pm – 7.30pm

Our Horsham’s club support autistic children and young adults between the ages of five and eighteen.

The club offer participants the opportunity to join a structured group which meets their individual needs, and provide a safe environment for them to socialise in.

Children and young people accessing the group have been shown to develop better social skills and increased confidence. Some of the young people have since joined mainstream social and leisure activities.

My son has now made friends and feels safe in the club.  


Our approach

Everything we do is structured and autism friendly: our activities are designed to help people living with autism and we understand the challenges you face. Our staff are fully trained and experienced in working with people with autism, and we use SPELL and TEACCH, approaches which the NAS has tried and tested over the years. In addition we use whichever methods of communication you are most comfortable with.

How to access our support

All projects are grant funded which is received from West Sussex Council (Short Breaks team).
Contact the service directly for more information about the activities you are interested in.