Telephone: 0121 450 7582
Helpline: 0121 450 7575
Head Office Address:
Autism West Midlands: Kings Norton Business Park, Imperial Court, Sovereign Road,Kings Norton B30 3ES
Shropshire office: – Richmond House, Rutland, Harlescott Grange, Shrewsbury SY1 3QG
Telephone: 01743 210962
Social Media: Twitter @autismwestmids and Facebook Autism West Midlands Charity Organisation
Autism West Midlands is the leading charity in the West Midlands for people affected by autism. There are more than half a million autistic people living in the UK, an invisible and misunderstood disability. 60,000 live in the West Midlands. Our charity tries to enable all people with autism, and those who love and care for them to lead fulfilling and rewarding lives. Across the region passionate, expert staff and volunteers work across all age groups and abilities, providing direct support to people affected by autism, including
- Supporting people with autism to live as independently as possible, in residential care, or in their own or the family home
- Providing activities and events and support for families, and an information helpline
- Helping people with autism to find and keep a job
- Offering training for parents of children with autism, and the professionals who help them ….and much more!
In Shropshire a small team works in the following areas.
For families and carers of children 0-19 (funded by Shropshire Council and Shropshire NHS Clinical Commissioning Group)
- Courses for parents and professionals
- One to one advice and support
- Support groups and coffee mornings
- Holiday events and activities
- Outreach support (via personal budgets/direct payments)
- Pre and post diagnostic support sessions at the Shropshire Autism Hub. Click here for information on Shropshire Autism Hub https://shropshire-disability.net/shropshire-autism-hub/
Find us on Facebook Autism West Midlands Charity and Twitter @autismwestmids
Autism West Midlands is a Registered Charity -number 517077 Registered Charity Number
I am Roby, a registered social worker, looking forward to get a training in the area of Autism. Could you please provide me that. I have been working in a School and Home for differently abled for Two and half years in India from where i got opportunities to manage many autistic children and adult. Now i am in U.K at Shrewsbury looking for a job.
I would think the best people to contact are Autism West Midlands, who are involved in a lot of training. Go to https://shropshire-disability.net/296/autism-west-midlands/ to find out more.
With best wishes, Sally Barrett, Newsletter Editor.