What’s on at the Hubs next week – 14th-17th May

At our drop-in and quieter session on Friday, we have a few things on offer. Here is what we have planned for both dates: Lovell Autism Hub – Tuesday 14th May – 3:30-7pm Chapeltown Citizens Advice are in for one-to-one support around areas including benefits and money from 3:45-7pm. Please book an appointment through us … More What’s on at the Hubs next week – 14th-17th May

What’s on at the Hubs next week: 7th-10th May

Our first weekly drop-in session of May welcomes another consultation session on what hospital services can do for autistic patients, as well as having all of the usual advocacy and information. Here’s what’s on next week: Lovell Autism Hub – Tuesday 7th May – 3:30-7pm Scott from NHS Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust is in from … More What’s on at the Hubs next week: 7th-10th May

What’s on at the Hubs next week – 30th April-3rd May

Our next Hub sessions have plenty on offer, with much of it led by autistic staff members and volunteers. Here is what we have going on next Tuesday and Friday: Lovell Autism Hub – Tuesday 30th April – 3:30-7pm After a week away, Ian from Chapeltown Citizens Advice is back from 3:45-7pm for one-to-one support … More What’s on at the Hubs next week – 30th April-3rd May

What’s on at the Hubs this week – 9th-12th April

Our second Tuesday and Friday hub sessions of the month have quite a lot going on. Here is what you can expect if you’re coming to either next week: Lovell Autism Hub – Tuesday 9th April – 3:30-7pm Chapeltown Citizens Advice are in from 3:45-7pm for one-to-one support on issues including benefits and personal finance … More What’s on at the Hubs this week – 9th-12th April

Next Cafe Autistique session talks about sensory issues

Our autistic-led Cafe Autistique session will be covering sensory issues later on this month. The session will look at ways in which autistic people experience the different senses, as well as how we respond to stimuli. The next session is on Tuesday 30th April from 5:30pm to 6:30pm. It is free to attend, plus there … More Next Cafe Autistique session talks about sensory issues