Autism Plus is delivering several projects in Wakefield District.

Keeping Neurodivergent People Connected

The Keeping People Connected Service is free and available now for people with neurodiverse conditions such as Autism, ADHD and mild learning disability.

This project is to support individuals with Neurodiverse conditions who are isolated or in need of some additional support throughout the Coronavirus pandemic then Autism Plus can help.

Autism Plus can connect with you by phone, text, email or video. They can give you information on how to stay safe and well during the Coronavirus outbreak.

They can tell you about local support in your area and can call you regularly if you need support. Contact one of the team today. If you know someone who would benefit from this service please contact Autism Plus via email at employment.support@autismplus.co.uk.

This project is funded in partnership with West Yorkshire & Harrogate Health and Care Partnership and Inclusion North.


Employment Support for Adults with Autism

Autism Plus is providing Specialist Employment Support to adults with autism in the Wakefield District. This is helping individuals to move into education or employment.

Do you have autism or any additional needs? Would you like support into employment, education or training? The Step Forward project can help by providing one to one sessions, social groups and job club opportunities in local areas.

This project is funded under the PEAT project in partnership with Wakefield Council.

To enquire about our support or to check eligibility for the project, please contact our team on 07921484342 or stepforward@autismplus.co.uk


Understanding the needs of adults with autism in Wakefield

Autism Plus has been commissioned by Wakefield Council to deliver a research project to understand the needs of adults with autism.

Do you live in the Wakefield district? Do you have autism (diagnosed or undiagnosed)? Do you feel able to share your experiences of local support?

Autism Plus is currently undertaking a research project within the Wakefield District and they would would like to hear your views. Please follow this link to complete the online survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/WakefieldAutismResearch

If you would like to give more detailed feedback or responses please contact Autism Plus directly to discuss or to find out more about how you can get involved. Email research@autismplus.co.uk or call 07814 732386.