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Autism Reach: Online Social Skills Workshops and Support Service for Autistic Adults (ASC/ASD)

Do you live in a rural area, or are you unable to access Autism specific/building-based support? Are you looking for a way to develop your skills, build confidence, and make friends from the comfort of your own home? Then Autism Reach is for you! 

Using Zoom, our weekly, structured online social skills workshops provide a safe space for autistic adults to connect with their peers, engage in fun activities, develop new social and communication skills, employability skills, increase confidence and feel part of a community.   

Here you can engage, interact, and feel connected in a non-pressured way with support from your peers. Participants choose the topics, our experienced Facilitator delivers the activities, and our highly trained staff provide Autism specific support.  

If you don’t have an internet connection, we may be able to help. If you are interested in joining this group, have any questions or would like further information, please contact us.

Referral forms can be downloaded from our website.

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