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Branches and groups in the West Midlands

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 Herefordshire Branch
    Contact Address
    Debbie Hobbs, Branch Chair, email:


    NAS Herefordshire Branch is a local group that formed in September 2015. This branch has various groups and activities for people on the autism spectrum and their families. If you have any questions or you would like to be kept informed of news and updates about the Branch please email them. Their Facebook page is called National Autistic Society Herefordshire Branch.

  • NAS Shropshire Group
    Contact Address

    A local National Autistic Society (NAS) group offering quality support and guidance to a small group of adults with autism and Asperger syndrome in Shrewsbury, Telford and Shropshire.  For more information about the group and meetings please get in touch using the email address or visit our website or Facebook group

  • NAS Stafford and District Branch
    Contact Address
    Laura Owen, Branch Chair, tel: 07762 105706, email:


    The Stafford branch of The National Autistic Society offers information, social and emotional support to children, young people and families affected by Autism. We offer Saturday Stay and Play club, Saturday Youth club, Lego groups, Holiday activities and Parent support groups. Their Facebook page is

  • NAS Worcestershire Branch
    Contact Address


    We run a weekly social and support group for adults with autism as well as their parents and carers. The group offers opportunities to get involved in a range of activities including arts and crafts, quizzes, pool and board games and discussions. The group also organises outings and a Christmas dinner. Our aim is to make friends, improve social interaction and to give people the chance to be with others who understand and appreciate the everyday lives of people on the spectrum. More information can be found on our website.

Autism Helpline Number: 0808 800 4104
Last updated: 23/08/2019 15:22:42