Welcome to Autism Hampshire

Autism Hampshire is the new name for Hampshire Autistic Society.

I would like to offer you a warm welcome to our website. Autism Hampshire is constantly looking at ways that it can both influence and develop services that reflect the needs and wishes of people with autism and those connected to them.

Since its formation in the mid-1960’s, Autism Hampshire continues to work to understand the impact of an individual’s autism, and how we can shape services to take account of their needs.

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Andrew Monaghan
Chief Executive Officer

Our
Approach
to Autism

Person centred approaches with autism, planning and available packages...

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Life Skills
College

Providing a total learning environment for young adults with autism and complex needs.

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Services
for Adults

Day services, adult residential options, domiciliary assesments and support...

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Community Access

Information, advice, projects... 

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News & Events

14 January 2015
Message Board
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03 October 2014
Independent Person
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06 March 2015, 7:00pm
Quiz Night
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12 March 2015, 9:00am
Shaun Udal Celebrity Golf Day 2015
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Training & Seminars

2015 Training Calendar 

 

Autism & Asperger Syndrome (Intermediate level)

6th March, 5th June21st October

 

Challenging Behaviour

14th July, 19th November

 

Autism & Asperger Syndrome (Advanced level)

22nd April9th December 

 

 

 

 

Spotlight on:

Serendipity Social Groups 

 

The Community Access Team have been successful in securing some funds to set up, organically evolved, user led social groups for adults with characteristics or a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome or High Functioning Autism across Southampton, Hampshire, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight. 

It is our hope that the group will enable individuals to develop a social network as well as build their confidence and self-esteem. The groups will be facilitated but very much user led so that the attendees do what they want to do and not what we think they should do.