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Charity (no. 1076217)

Autism Berkshire

"Support for autistic children, young people and adults and their families in Berkshire"

Who We Help, Why We Help & the Difference It Makes

Our mission is to help and support autistic people and their families  in Berkshire. We aim to enhance the current provision of services and support, with the purpose of improving the quality of life of autistic people and giving them maximum independence.

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Our Services Are

Free Low Cost Subsidised Charged Donation Appreciated

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What We Do

We:

  • Provide information and advice through a helpline, events, workshops, outreach and newsletters;
  • Run accessible social and leisure activities for children and adults;
  • Provide autism-specific training and support;
  • Work with education, health, emergency and employment services and the six main local authorities in Berkshire to deliver autism-appropriate services;
  • Raise awareness in the wider community to promote greater understanding of autism.
  • Issue the Thames Valley Autism Alert Card, in conjunction with Thames Valley Police and local authorities in the region.

Leisure and Social Activities

Autism Berkshire delivers a wide range of leisure and social activities for children and adults living with autism.

Children can benefit from trampolining sessions at Bracknell Trampoline Centre, which have health and fitness benefits, as well as being fun.

Autistic adults enjoy meeting up at our social groups, the 197 Club in Reading and the Bear With Me group, which meets in Maidenhead.

Events for all the family are also available, with regular fun days at the Thames Valley Adventure Playground in Taplow, along with one-off special events.

Activities for Adults

Bear With Me Group - Maidenhead

Level Up Club - Reading

197 Club - Reading

Trampolining (for those aged up to 25)

Activities for Children and Young People

Trampolining

Family Fun Days

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Volunteer

The generous support of our members, fundraisers, funding bodies and the public enables us to provide a wide range of services and support that delivers real benefits to people living with autism across Berkshire.

To continue this work we always need the help of volunteers to assist with everything from supervising activities at one of our children’s clubs to office administration.

We also need people to help us raise funds to pay for our services by organising fundraising events or being sponsored for completing a challenge.

And becoming a member of Autism Berkshire makes you part of a community of people in a similar situation and gives you access to extra services and activities and regular updates on our work.

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Additional Info

Autism Berkshire was founded as the Berkshire Autistic Society in 1990 by a group of parents of children with autism, related conditions and challenging behaviours.

Today we are the leading autism charity in Berkshire and deliver quality specialist services, training and social and leisure activities throughout the county, guided by a team of trustees with personal and professional experience of autism.

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