Autistic Foundation

A big welcome to the Autistic Foundation Community Book Page. Small Charity offering unique support service for autistic adults 18+ without a learning disability or with a mild to moderate learning disability understanding both you and your interests, we offer a range of services, groups events, help to build independence, confidence, and self-esteem, develop skills to enable people to take up volunteering/work opportunities. Our facilities offer a warm, understanding and welcoming environment. We have partnerships with others/organisations community groups to support your own independent management. Contact by email at any questions or more information happy to provide.

Overview of Autistic Foundation

1. Build a positive foundation for life. 2. Improve life chances through better understanding and management of Autism. 3. Raise awareness & understanding of Autism - change the negative perception of Autism into positive. 4. Bring about positive change and inclusion within policy and practice.

We are committed to the participation agenda and the right of those who use services to have a voice and be responsible for their own life plan and the change they want to achieve for themselves.

All stakeholders are involved in the design, development, and delivery of services. Our team understands first-hand the issues around Autism, sharing their experience and providing skilled support and encouragement.

We use the term “autism” as an umbrella term for all autistic spectrum conditions, including Asperger Syndrome. Many people with autism also have related hidden impairments such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, dyspraxia, dyslexia, dyscalculia and language impairments as well as associated mental health conditions and linked impairments that may not be obvious to other people.

Contact Information


Telephone: None provided

Website: Visit


Bright Street


Pricing Information

Free Services: Mixed

Autistic Foundation service are referral. Free. However, if we choose activities that will be off site and facilitated at other venues i.e cinemas, bowling, coffee and a chat, boat trip, or other leisure services. This price is dependent on the group activity.


Darren Duddle
Alan Rowson

How to get there

Additional Information

Staff DBS Checked? Yes

Type of Group: Community Group

CQC Registered? No

Transport Available No

Personal support? Yes

Transport Information

Areas of Interest

Art Group Friendship Photography Wellbeing Community Hub Disability Exercise Gaming Meditation Video Gaming

Personal Support

We provide peer to peer level support.

Autism Mental Health Dyspraxia Volunteer ADHD


Accessible Toilets Autism Friendly Dementia Friendly Peer Led Wheelchair access Disabled Parking Easy Read

Age Groups

18 > 25 25 > 35 35 > 50 65+

Operation Times

We hold groups throughout the week, provide peer to peer support level, social networking, and mentoring.

Autistic Foundation

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