Our Special Interest Clubs are built around topics that young people told us they enjoy. You can find clubs offering Console Gaming, Arts and Crafts, Pokémon, Lego and more. Run by experienced and DBS checked staff and volunteers, sessions run on Saturdays throughout the year in the Maidenhead area.
We cater for young people aged between 9 and 25 who have a diagnosis of an autistic spectrum condition and are typically of mainstream ability, but need support to succeed in social situations.
Our Clubs are currently operating virtually. If you are interested in applying for a place at one of our clubs contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Once a place is available we like to work closely with parents before the young person starts at a club in order to fully understand any support needs, and help reduce anxiety for participants. All places are offered subject to this approval process.
You can find our Special Interest Clubs at:
- Harmony Education Centre, 4 Cordwallis Street, Maidenhead, SL6 7BE
- Berkshire College of Agriculture, Burchetts Green. SL6 6QR
Our Clubs are:
- GAP Clubs for ages 9 to 13. Find out more
- Fusion Club for ages 14 to 25 Find out more
- Arts and Crafts Club for ages 14 to 25. Find out more
- Console Gaming Club for ages 16 to 25. Find out more
Here’s what some of our club members and their parents have to say about our Clubs..
Club members’ comments
“ I felt included and chilled.”
“I liked colouring and learning more about Pokemon.”
“9/9 I enjoyed it”.
“She really looks forward to GAP and it is wonderful to have somewhere she can go and ‘be her”
“He always comes out smiling and happy with lots to talk about”
“My son lives for the Fusion Club. He is always very happy after attending”
“This is her only social activity and we have to plan just about everything around it. It is an absolute life saver”
For more information
Contact us on 07454 375071
Email Ruth at email@example.com
With Thanks to our sponsors The Louis Baylis Trust, Berkshire Community Foundation and MCKS Charitable Foundation and the Prince Philip Trust.
Thanks to our funders we are also able to consider requests for free or subsidised places to families experiencing hardship.