What is the role?
Who are they?
What can I gain?
When can I volunteer?
Why we need you
Support groups are essential for autistic adults seeking support. They provide a safe opportunity for adults to socialise, meet others who also on the autism spectrum, share their own experiences and listen to others, to help alleviate social isolation.
What you will be doing
Founded in 1962, we are the UK’s leading charity for autistic people and their families. Our goal is to help transform lives, change attitudes and create a society that works for autistic people.
Since we started the first autism-specific school in the world in 1965, we've been testing out the best ways to support autistic people of all ages. Today we run residential, supported living, community day hubs, outreach, befriending, social groups and employment support services for adults as well as specialist schools, autism centres in mainstream schools and further education support for children and young people.
Improve support to autistic adults in your local area
Access free training and learn new skills
Meet new people
Learn new skills
A worthwhile achievement to add to your CV
Kilmarnock or Troon (and surrounding areas)
You will be asked to complete our online application form, then an informal chat and face to face and online training. We require 2 references for this role.