Problem-solving and advice meet-ups

These free sessions from the Berkshire Adult Autism Support Service offer an opportunity for autistic adults – and their parents/carers – to meet members of our team in an informal setting to talk through problems and issues and ask questions about autism and support services.

Meet-ups take place at the Atrium coffee shop at Greyfriars Church, in Friar Street, Reading, on Mondays, between 1pm and 2.30pm, on the following dates (please register in advance if possible, so that we know who to expect):

For more information or if you have any questions, please email or call 01189 594 594 and leave a voicemail message with your contact details, so a member of our team can get in touch.

And a member of the service’s team will now be available to advise autistic adults and their parents/carers at monthly outreach sessions in Newbury with employment support charity Graft Thames Valley, mental health and activity charity Sport in Mind and Berkshire Healthcare NHS Trust’s West Berkshire community mental health team.

These sessions take place at Broadway House, in The Broadway, from 10am to 1.30pm on a Friday. Forthcoming sessions are on the following Fridays:

  • February 16 
  • March 15

If you would like to get advice about autism at one of the sessions in Newbury, please email or call 01189 594 594 and leave a voicemail message, so that we know to expect you.

Autistic adults in West Berkshire who need advice about getting ready for and finding work can make an appointment to get advice from Graft during the sessions in Newbury – email or call 07483 341353.