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A branch of the National Autistic Society

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NAS Avon Branch

A branch of the National Autistic Society

About us

NAS Avon branch provides support, information and advice to Autistic Adults including Asperger syndrome and to parents and carers, living and working in the Avon area of Bristol, South Glos, BaNES and some of North Somerset. Professionals are welcome to contact us too.

 

Anyone can belong – there is no subscription or membership fee - just ask to be added to the mailing list to receive regular information on:

  • branch activities

  • information on events of interest (also check out our Events page)

  • details of consultations for proposed changes in services

  • information on research

  • opportunities to participate in surveys and research

  • and other useful information  

 

The branch is run by a small group of volunteers, that give their time and energy to support autistic people and their parents/carers. If you are interested in getting involved or would like to partner our branch please get in touch. Currently, our group is:

Diana Elliot - branch officer

Terry Wright - treasurer

Liz Gray - community express

Lynne Watkins - crafts

Sheila Hawken - BaNES representative

Catherine Bullock - web editor

 

For details of any branch or other meetings that are planned, please go to the meetings page. Our main areas of concern are diagnosis, training, support, employment and housing, but any subject is discussed in a friendly and supportive setting. The meetings are an opportunity to exchange experiences and information, usually with an outside speaker.

 

If you should have any queries or require specific information, or would like to tell us about any experiences which would enable us to campaign more effectively on where and how improvements should be made please contact the Branch Officer: Diana Elliott email: avon@nas.org.uk or mob: 07825 227026

 

 

We are a part of National Autistic Society (NAS) organisation, which is the leading UK charity for people with autism,  including Asperger syndrome and their families, providing: information, support and pioneering services, and campaigning for a better world for people with autism.

 

Their website is full of useful information and well worth a visit. Their work relies on your support, so please get involved or donate today.