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NAS Lambeth branch

A Branch of the National Autistic Society

Please Note that the Monday Social Group is now being funded by Lambeth Council and run by MENCAP until March.  After that date continuation of the group will depend on whether Lambeth Council will continue funding.  If you wish to comment please get in touch with the social group co-ordinator who will ensure your comments are passed on to the council.

 

 

Weekly Social Group

 

A place where people living in Lambeth with Autism, Aspergers

and ASD can meet in South London and enjoy weekly activities

For more information Email the Co-Ordinator

 

NAS website for autistic individuals

 

A huge range of information and resources

 

Autistic Adults - Did You Know

 

A candid guide written by one of our members, Caroline, who is an autistic adult resident in Lambeth. *

 

The Book Group

 

A monthly reading group that meets at Clapham Library.

 

Two members of our adult book group have contributed chapters to the 2014 book, ‘Lives With Autism’ edited by Steve Mee. The book takes the reader inside the lived experience of autism with each chapter contributed by an insider and tackling a different aspect of life, work, education, relationships and so on.

 

Diocese of Oxford Welcoming Leaflet

 

Guidelines (as a PDF document) to make Church more Autism-friendly. Well-written with practical advice that can be applied in most situations to make inclusion more than just a buzz word!

 

 

If you would like to see other relevant links on this page, please Contact Us with the link address and we would be happy to consider it for inclusion here.

 

 

 

*The material and information contained in this document has been contributed and researched by a local volunteer.

Whilst we have tried to ensure that the information is up-to-date and accurate at the time of publication, it is for general information purposes only.

Lambeth Autism Group does not recommend any therapies,approaches, services or endorse any products. You should not rely upon the material or information given as a basis for making any decisions, but should seek specialist advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Resources for Adults