NAS Plymouth Branch

 A branch of the National Autistic Society

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Plymouth Adult Aspergers Branch  (NASPAAB)

 

For adults with Asperger Syndrome  (or 'high-functioning autism')

 

We hold free peer-support group meetings in Central Plymouth where you can socialise in a safe environment, share experiences and coping strategies, and perhaps form new friendships.

 

We sometimes have speakers about health and benefits issues etc and run outings and cafe meet-ups.

We are now holding online meetings due to Covid-19 restrictions.

 

For details of times and dates email us at:

 

[email protected]

 

n.b. We apologise for our ridiculously long email address!!

 

 

West Devon Autistic Women's Group

 

A a small friendly volunteer led group for those who identify as an autistic woman.

A formal diagnosis is not required.

 

Wendy set up this group in 2013 and still leads the group meetings. We hold peer support group meetings similar to PAAB but in the Tavistock/Yelverton area.

 

We are about to trial online meetings due to Covid-19 restrictions, we hope to continue with these for those who cannot get to meetings even when covid-19 restrictions have ended.

 

For more information email Wendy at:-

 

[email protected]

 

 

Autism Plymouth Parent Support Group

 

This group holds free monthly meetings - details on

their Facebook Page which is run by Tara Vassallo.

 

Email : [email protected]

 

Meetings are now being held online due to Covid-19.

 

Meetings are usually on the last Wedneday of the month 7pm - 9pm

in Pomphlett Methodist Church Hall, near Plymstock Morrisons,

but best to check by email or looking on the Facebook page.

 

Daytime meetings are now being held from 10am - noon at Routeways in Devonport Park Activity Centre which is near the gate on Paradise Road.

 

Come for a cuppa and a chat, in a friendly confidential support group.

 

 

Autistic Adults in Plymouth - AAP

 

This is a new group where autistic adults can socialise in a safe environment, started August 2019, following the closure of the Autism Hub.

They meet up one afternoon a week in a Plymouth cafe.

 

AAP is entirely volunteer-run and is not part of the NAS.

 

Email:  [email protected]

 

 

 

 

 

We are always in need of Committee members and fund-raisers, so if you are interested in getting involved then please email us for further details.

Plymouth Autism Groups

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