NAS Greenwich Branch – Useful information for Adults

NAS Greenwich Branch Contacts:

Website: www.nasgreenwich.org.uk

Email: greenwich@nas.org.uk

Facebook: facebook.com/nasgreenwich

Twitter: twitter.com/nasgreenwich

Phone: 079 282 95 171 (membership)

  • Parent meetings
  • Information
  • Young adult social club for over 18 year olds. Mondays in Eltham 6-8pm (staffed by Burgess Autistic Trust)

NAS National:

NAS Helpline: 0808 800 4104

NAS Education Rights Service: 0808 800 4102

NAS main website has a signposting service to help you find local services. Click on ‘personalised information’ under the search box.

www.autism.org.uk

The NAS main website has a lot of information including ‘signpost’ service www.autism.org.uk/signpost

Employment help: There is information on the NAS website www.nas.org.uk/prospects or at 0207 704 7450

NAS Befriending Service: befriendingandmentoring@nas.org.uk and E-mail befriending: Aims to reduce social isolation. Contact alan.bicknell@nas.org.uk or visit www.nas.org.uk

 

Other useful contacts:

Please note that these are not NAS services:

Lesley Davis: Independent Family Advisor –advice and monthly meetings.

e-mail flag@live.co.uk  07776 163120

Greenwich Council Welfare Rights Service: 0208 921 6375

 

Activities:

GNAS Young adult social club: For 18-25 year olds. Mondays in Eltham 6-8pm (staffed by Burgess Autistic Trust)

ASD Outreach Directory: Known services for 19-25 year olds and some older adults. See the GNAS website www.nasgreenwich.org.uk or phone us for a copy 079 282 95 171

Bridging the Gap South: Run by parents for people who have ASD and live or work in Bexley and Greenwich  www.btgse.co.uk

Greenwich Mencap: Covers those with ASD if they also have learning disabilities.  www.greenwichmencap.org.uk  0208 305 2245

Greenwich Association of Disabled People: www.volunteers@gad.org.uk or 0208 858 9307

Autism London: Based in East London  www.autismlondon.org.uk

Autism London exists to provide impartial support, advice and information to those affected by autism living in London. It does this through four main support services: London Helpline – Support Services – providing outreach, advocacy support and representation to individuals and families in London; Activities and Events – including regular summer day trips and Christmas parties; Residential Home.