What’s on at the Hubs next week – 5th-8th March

Our first Hub sessions of spring are on the horizon. At our Tuesday drop-in, we launch a brand new group, whilst our Friday session remains for booked appointments. Here is what we have on: Lovell Autism Hub – Tuesday 5th March – 3:30-7pm Firstly, Chapeltown Citizens Advice are in from 3:45-7pm. They can offer one-to-one … More What’s on at the Hubs next week – 5th-8th March

What’s on at the Hubs next week – 26th February-1st March

The last Hub session of February hosts the first Reference Group meeting of the year. See what else we have going on at both Hubs next week by reading on: Lovell Autism Hub – Tuesday 26th February – 3:30-7pm First, the Chapeltown Citizens Advice Bureau are in from 3:45-7pm. They are in to offer one-to-one … More What’s on at the Hubs next week – 26th February-1st March

AnAuternative Research Project survey

AnAuternative are a group of seven mainly autistic people who have received funding from Disability Research on Independent Living and Learning (DRILL) to conduct a two-year research project. They are currently circulating a questionnaire seeking autistic adults’ views and experiences. The project aims to answer the following two questions: How do autistic people use strategies, … More AnAuternative Research Project survey

What’s on at the Hubs next week – 19th-22nd February

One of our regular peer-led groups is on again, as is all of the usual advocacy, information and signposting at both of our weekly Hub sessions. Here is what we have on next week: Lovell Autism Hub – Tuesday 19th February – 3:30-7pm First, Ian from Chapeltown Citizens Advice is in to provide one-to-one support … More What’s on at the Hubs next week – 19th-22nd February

Café Autistique: Socialising, barriers and what we find comfortable

On Tuesday 27th November, we held our Café Autistique discussion group on an often talked-about topic in the autistic community: socialising. It’s something that quite a few autistic people find hard, whether with their fellow autistics or when talking to non-autistic people. Luke Aylward, our Information Officer, writes about what the group discussed. In this … More Café Autistique: Socialising, barriers and what we find comfortable

Autism Reference Group to meet in two weeks’ time

The next Autism Reference Group meeting is in just two weeks’ time. The group meets once every three months and is the forum for autistic adults in the Leeds area to feed into the Leeds Autism Partnership Board. At previous meetings, people have spoken about areas such as transport, employment, access to health services and … More Autism Reference Group to meet in two weeks’ time

What’s on at the Hubs next week – 12th-15th February

We go into next week with a new time for one of our regular monthly groups. Otherwise, it’s business as usual at our Hub sessions on Tuesday and Friday. Here’s what we have planned: Lovell Autism Hub – Tuesday 12th February – 3:30-7pm First, Chapeltown Citizens Advice are in from 3:45-7pm to offer one-to-one support … More What’s on at the Hubs next week – 12th-15th February

Cafe Autistique session rescheduled for next month

Our next Cafe Autistique discussion group session, scheduled for Tuesday 26th February, will be moved back to next month. This is due to a clash with the Autism Reference Group, the forum for autistic people to have their say on what services in Leeds should do for them. As a result, the next Cafe Autistique … More Cafe Autistique session rescheduled for next month