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Face2Face parent befriending (YMCA)

Face2Face is a volunteer-led group of parents and carers who have a child or young person with a disability. They offer friendship and support to other parents or carers of children with additional needs or disabilities and have regular guest speakers. The befriending service is… Read more

YMCA Sovereign CentreSlipshatch RoadReigateRH2 8HA

01737 229230

Face2Face Parent/Carer Free Social Events

Face2Face hosts a number of informal get-togethers which are friendly, free and an opportunity for parent carers to meet each other, exchange information and talk to others who understand. Read more

YMCA Sovereign CentreSlipshatch RoadReigateRH2 8HA

01737 229230

Family Lives

Family Lives is a charity whose aim is to help support parents and carers to deal with all aspects of family life. It provides this through a 24 hour helpline, extensive advice on its website, live chat services, befriending services, and parenting/relationship support groups. Read more

15-17 Broadway HouseThe BroadwayHatfieldHertfordshireAL9 5HZ

0808 800 2222

Family Matter Parent/Carers/Professionals Support Group

The Lucy Rayner Foundation raises awareness of the signs and symptoms of depression in young adults, supports those young adults and their families, and works alongside other charitable organisations with the same objectives.Family Matter is a monthly support group for parents/teachers/carers/social workers and anyone who… Read more

Reigate RoadHookwoodHorleySurreyRH6 0AT

FIGS- Fighting Inequality for Girls on the Spectrum

FIGS is a campaign group focused on raising awareness of girls on the Autistic Spectrum. FIGS are concerned that in assessment for autism, girls are being missed because the tools they are measured against can be gender biased, they are being misdiagnosed or are left… Read more

Focus Surrey

Focus Surrey is a Saturday club in Cheam for children and young people with autism aged 2-16. The club runs September-December and February-May/June (dependent on where Easter falls). The club runs from 10AM-12noon for children aged 2-10, and then from 1PM-3PM for children and young… Read more

4 Park RoadSuttonSM3 8QB

The Forum School

The Forum School is a 38 to 52 week school for students aged 7 to 19 with autistic spectrum disorders. Students have full access to the National Curriculum with teaching appropriately differentiated to meet their needs. Contact via website Read more

ShillingstoneBlandford ForumDorsetDT11 0QS

0800 138 1184

The Fragile X Society

The Fragile X Society is a registered charity which provides support and information to parents whose children have been diagnosed with Fragile X Syndrome and to professionals working with families. The Fragile X Society provides a national support and information service and support groups.   Read more

Rood End House6 Stortford RoadGreat DunmowEssexCM6 1DA

01371 875100

Freemantles Autism Outreach

The Freemantles Outreach team aim is to support pupils with autism and related difficulties within their school setting and the staff who work alongside them. They do this through schools visits, telephone or email advice and through providing a range of training opportunities. Read more

Freemantles SchoolSmarts Heath RoadWokingGU22 0AN

01483 545 680

Friday Night Project

A club for young people aged 16 and over with mild to moderate learning disabilities that aims to provide opportunities for young people to develop new skills, make new friends and become more socially independent. Read more

YMCA Sports and Community CentrePrinces RoadRedhillRH1 6JJ

01737 222859
  • Updated: 09 Aug 2020

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