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Enriching the lives of autistic people living in the West Midlands

We use our passion and expertise to enrich the lives of people on the autism spectrum and those who care for them.

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Adult Support

We offer a specialist service using a person centred approach for autistic adults, including excellent residential care homes all rated ‘good’ by CQC offering round-the-clock support.

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Community Services

We operate Community Hubs in areas of the West Midlands and our Information Helpline, downloads and free online webinars are available to anyone regardless of where they live.

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Careers

Join the leading autism charity in the West Midlands and support autistic people and those who love them.

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Autism Acceptance and Awareness Campaign 2022

We took part in this year’s official United Nations World Autism Awareness Day (#WAAD) held on Saturday 2nd April and the World Autism Acceptance Week (#WAAW) from 28th March to 3rd April 2022

Please click below to see more from our 2022 World Autism Acceptance and Awareness campaign.

Autism Acceptance and Awareness

Sylvia's Story

Sylvia's Story

Listen to Sylvia’s story about the impact our support has had on her and her family.

Sylvia's Story

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As a charity, we rely on your kind donations to continue our work. By donating to Autism West Midlands, you are helping us to fund a variety of projects which provide specialist support and advice to people of all ages on the autistic spectrum and their families.

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Latest News & Events

Partners of Autistic People - Online Support Group

24
May
2022

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Interview with Becky - Registered Care Manager

In November we met with Becky, who’s the Registered Manager for our residential service, Upper Ford Lodge. She had so much to tell us about her eleven years with Autism West Midlands and why social care is such an important job.

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Virtual Dads Support Group - West Midlands

26
May
2022

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Dr Arora and the team at the GP surgery

Thanks so much to Dr Arora's GP surgery!

Dr Arora's GP surgery in West Bromwich held an Autism Awareness day and also kindly raised over £300 for the operation of our Community Services...

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Parents Support Group - Northfield - Spring 2022

27
May
2022

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Our Frontline Telephone Helpline Service

Our very popular and important helpline service is fully funded through our fundraising activities, here is an interview with Sally, an Autism Specialist Advisor, who helps to explain how the service can help and what the role is like for her.

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