Clubs

Our club leaders are working hard to ensure that young people can still enjoy their special interests with a range of virtual experiences to keep them connected.

Our Clubs are reopening in the autumn with all the old activities and some new ones!

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Parent Training

Book in to one of our free 30 minute online TAG talks aimed at giving parents a little insight into how autism might affect their young person – and some simple strategies to help support their needs.

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Parent Support

Our parent Support Groups are restarting in the autumn. These are led by autism trained team members who also have young people of their own who are on the spectrum. For one to one support, check out our TAG@Home service.

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Female, feisty, fun – and autistic. The missing women and girls on the spectrum who are finally being recognised

Female, feisty, fun – and autistic. The missing women and girls on the spectrum who are finally being recognised

It seems the world is waking up to the fact that autism is not a condition that mostly affects boys and that there may be as many as 100,000 undiagnosed woman and girls on the spectrum in the UK alone. So where have they all been and why didn’t we know about them? Part of […]

Not sleeping?

Not sleeping?

As the clocks go back and thoughts turn to how to persuade young children to stay in bed for that extra hour, we take a look at why sleep can be such a struggle for someone on the spectrum and what we can do to help. Sleep problems are thought to affect up to 80% […]