NEW!!! Half Term Activities!

We are now running our famous Activities during Half Terms, as well as Summer and Easter!  These Activities are for 8-18 year olds with Aspergers Syndrome or high functioning autism.

If your child can not access our Activities – please see our Fact File which lists other organisations providing activities during school holidays, as well a lot more information you may find useful.

- Age restrictions are strict. young people must be the correct age at the date of the activity, and only access activities in ONE age group.
- Diagnosis of Aspergers Syndrome or high functioning autism is required – if you are unsure please contact us.  Activities will involve

Book now! The closing date is Friday 16 January 2015 

All the details are in our latest Newsletter:

  • Click HERE for the NEWSLETTER  (a PDF document will open in a new window)
  • Click HERE for the BOOKING FORM  (a document will open in Word)

If you have any queries please contact Judith by email:   or call (Judith works part time on Monday – Wednesdays) or contact Gita Lobo via the Contact Us page.

Beat Sculpture

Please click here to view a film documenting our brillant Beat Sculpture project and the wonderfully creative work of young people during Summer 2014!

Fact File – Download our directory of useful services and information!

We have produced 2 versions of our Fact File directory – one for children & young people, and another for people aged 16 and over.

The documents provide useful information about services in Oxfordshire as well as some national services.  We recommend you download it – or refer to it whenever you are looking for information.  Both versions cover a variety of issues including education, play and leisure, and benefits.

The Fact File is unlikely to include everything – but it’s a good place to start!

Click HERE for:  Fact File - Children and Young People   (opens a PDF in a new window)

Click HERE for:  Fact File - for People Aged 16 and Over  (opens a PDF in a new window)


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