|Autism Bucks Adult Social Group Meetings, where you can meet autistic people in a safe environment and:
There are two adult social groups, one in Aylesbury and one in High Wycombe.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and following advice from government, we have taken the decision to suspend our face to face group meetings, until it is safe for us to meet again. As an alternative we are using Zoom to provide shorter, online meetings.
It is possible to join in with or without video.
Meetings are every:
To join us or find out more e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
|Some feedback from our members:
“The group was one place where I felt like I did belong and was understood. Overtime this has helped enormously in getting to grips with my diagnosis – what it means and doesn’t mean – and taking steps towards accepting myself as I am”
“…of the various groups I have joined over the years, it is the first one where I have developed solid friendships with people who I now see outside of group activities”
“There is very little support for autistic adults locally, so these groups are a real lifeline for me and, I am sure, many of the others who attend”
What do we do?
|We meet and share our experiences, successes and frustrationsSometimes we will talk about a particular aspect of autism, or current affairs
Occasionally we will have guest speakers, or will go on an organised visit – for example, we went on an autism-friendly tour of the Paralympic Museum
When we meet there are usually one or more trustees or volunteers who facilitate the meeting and provide moderation where required.
|Social Group GuidelinesFor our social meetings we have adopted the following code of conduct. It has been developed through consultation with our members
Autism Bucks Group Guidelines (insert link)
How can I get involved?
|To join us or find out more e-mail email@example.com|
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