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Aylesbury Quakers Meeting House, 9 Rickfords Hill, Aylesbury, HP20 2RT


  • 6:30pm to 9pm
  • Wednesday 27th September 2017
  • Wednesday 25th October 2017
  • Wednesday 22nd November 2017
  • Come for just as long as you feel comfortable

For more details contact autismbucks@buckscc.gov.uk or call or text 07917642227


High Wycombe Day

Adult Social Group, where you can meet others with Autism in a safe environment:-

  • Just sit and listen
  • Play board games
  • Make suggestions on what you want from the group

High Wycombe Quakers Meeting House, 25 London Road, High Wycombe, HP11 1BJ.

  • 11am to 1pm
  • Wednesday 11th October 2017
  • Wednesday 8th November 2017
  • Wednesday 13th December 2017
  • Come for just as long as you feel comfortable


Autism Access Award
The Autism Access Award is a new standard for buildings and facilities.  It demonstrates that they are autism-friendly, and that there is a commitment to making sure people with autism can access them.  The award is given to facilities that have made adjustments so that people with autism, their families and carers, find it easier to visit and use them.  In Aylesbury, volunteers are working to get as many businesses and services to sign up to complete the award as possible, with the ambition of making Aylesbury the first Autism Friendly Town in the UK.  If you would like to find out more or sign up to complete the award, please contact Daniel Cadey, Autism Access Manager (National Autistic Society), at Autism.Access@nas.org.uk.

 As our Autism Bucks Virtual Tour develops, we plan to add more locations and venues to help prepare your use and enjoyment of leisure and entertainments facilities, in Buckinghamshire.


Adult Fitness Group

The session will be a circuit based hour session.  The circuit will be the same every week but once a month 2 of the exercises will change so throughout the year there will be a steady and slow change of the sessions.  With lots of notice.

Where: Halton UK, Chesnut End, Chestnut Avenue, Halton Village, near Aylesbury, Bucks, Hp22 5PD

When: Every Wednesday 1-2pm, starts 2nd August 2017, costs £5 each week.

For more details contact autismbucks@buckscc.gov.uk



Helpful links:

  • The Spectrum Connection – Gaming Group for Adults with Autism, (movie screenings, video & card board games – including quiet areas).
    Contact: SPECTRUMCONNECTGROUP@GMAIL.COM. This group meets at: Castlefield Community Library, High Wycombe, HP12 3LL.

spectrum connection



Whats on?

Halton Tennis Club

Inclusive support for people playing tennis, gym and fitness classes. see website for details


Thomley Hall Cottage  Menmarsh Road Worminghall Bucks Thomley is a place for people of all

abilities and disabilities. Bringing disabled people, their families, carers and friends together with

experienced and nurturing staff that understand their needs.

Funded through Individualised budgets or direct payments.

16 and above

01844338380. http://thomleyactivitycentre.org/

Key Club Bucks

Creative Arts Club for people aged 16 – 30 with high functioning autism or Asperger’s Syndrome.

website is www.turtlekeyarts.org.uk

Thames Valley Adventure Playground-Taplow

For Adults OVER THE AGE OF 16. Every Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Use of equipment and

crafts. Woodwork sessions available on request. Contribution – £8 per user. Sensory Room available for

additional £5 per half hour.

Contact: 01628 628599. http://www.tvap.co.uk/index.php?page=home


This therapeutic approach offers a step-by- step system of yoga poses designed to increase the mental and

motor skills. Breathing exercises and relaxation techniques help to improve concentration.

Lyn offers free consultation for people concerning this therapy.

Please telephone or email. Lynn Patton. Aylesbury Yoga Centre 161c Cambridge Street

Aylesbury Bucks HP20 1BB

07799 197317

Hello@aylesburyyogacentre.co.uk (for bookings and enquiries).

Cineworld Cinema Autism Friendly Screenings


CEA Card

About the CEA Card

The CEA Card is a national card scheme developed for UK cinemas by the UK Cinema Association

(UKCA), formerly the Cinema Exhibitors' Association (CEA). The scheme was introduced in 2004 and is

one of the ways for participating cinemas to ensure they make reasonable adjustments for disabled guests

when they go to the cinema; in particular it ensures a complimentary ticket for someone to go with them.



Clearly Speaking

Website: https://www.clearlyspeaking.org.uk/




Soundabout offer community music sessions which run largely from thier premises in Worminghall.  The sessions are

specifically for people with learning difficulties including people with Autism.2 Elizabeth House, Wornal Park,

Menmarsh Road, Worminghall, HP18 9HP

Telephone: 01844 338898    http://www.soundabout.org.uk/adult-music- sessions/4554679814


Chiltern Music Therapy

Chiltern Music Therapy offers a variety of services for adults, young adults and children with autism. We see people

across the spectrum of the condition, including those who have recently been diagnosed, to those with Asperger

Syndrome and anyone with a diagnosis of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA). Our approach is tailored to each

individual person or group, supporting them to make changes in any areas of life where they feel they have

difficulties. The main objective of our work in this area is to firstly assess and see whether Music Therapy could be of

benefit to the client and then look at how best we can transfer benefits and abilities we see in the Music Therapy

sessions, into everyday life.

For children, we focus on improving understanding of social situations and interactions as well as looking at

cognitive and learning skills and any emotional or behavioural issues.

For Post 16: Chiltern Music Therapy are also able to offer sessions as part of the transitions services within Post 16

Buckinghamshire SEN provisions. Please do get in touch with us to find out more about this service.

For adults, we focus on assisting with learning and life skills, including difficulties with communication or social

interaction to help clients take up employment, education or volunteering opportunities, as well as providing

psychological support at times of particular need.

Where: We can offer one to one or group sessions at home, in the community, in supported living or at

schools and colleges.

Just join in! Our Let’s Sing Group, takes place in High Wycombe at the Arts4Every1 Centre on a Wednesday evening,

between 6.00-7.00.

You can self-refer or be referred by a parent, carer, GP or other healthcare or education professional.

Simply call us on 01442 780541 or e-mail info@chilternmusictherapy.co.uk



Mind the Gap Groups



There are also social groups for people with Autism and you can find out more by clicking the following links:

Adult Social Group Aylesbury

Adult Social Group High Wycombe Day