Community Autism Support Service for Adults
If you think you have autism but have not had a diagnosis, information and support is available.
MIND are providing support to adults who think they may be autistic but have not had a diagnosis:
- Peer Support Groups
- Young Adult Peer Support (aged 18-25)
- Autism Education Course
To find out more, call 024 7771 4545 and leave your name, contact number and postcode; or email email@example.com, or click the link below:
A Children and Young People's autism support service is also available
The Children’s Community Autism Support Service (CCASS) can offer low level support, focussing on understanding, communication, sensory integration, processing, behaviour, self-esteem, and daily routines and activities.
The CCASS service is for children and young people (up until their 19th birthday) who are on the neurodevelopmental waiting list for an autism diagnosis, or who have previously received a diagnosis but require support, and their families.
The service is not open to anyone working with CAMHS/ RISE for therapeutic work or social care/early help or a family support worker.
Warwickshire Community and Voluntary Action information on Autism support across Warwickshire