The Adult Autism Service is able to offer a full range of services for Adults with Autism, including specialist Autism Diagnostic Assessment for adults who, for a variety of reasons, may not have been diagnosed as a child, and support to enable adults with autism to live the life they want.
The support we provide for adults with Autism is person-centred and needs-led. Generally, this means that you decide what support you would like from us and you can access it whenever you need it. We work as a Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT), which makes it easier for us to work together in providing the support you need. MDT working also means that your initial needs assessment and subsequent reviews within our service involve several people at the same time.
The following is a summary of the services offered by the Adult Autism Service in NEL:
– Diagnostic Assessment
– Support with Diagnosis
– Emotional Support
– Support with Medication
– Support to Access Local Services
– Walk the Walk
– Support the Supporters
– Special Interest Groups
– Adult Autism Forums (AAF) and Autism Cafe
If you have any questions or would like any more information, feel free to contact the service using the contact details below. You can also download a copy of the leaflet from this page.
Queen Street Centre
Monday to Thursday, 9.00am – 5pm
Friday, 9.00am – 4.30pm
We have an open referral process. Anyone (individuals, family, friends, professionals) can refer to the service by completing a referral form and returning it to the Adult Autism Service.
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