Community Access

Autism Hampshire offers a comprehensive range of resources to service users in Hampshire including Southampton, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight.

We keep a range of information on available services throughout the Hampshire area and we are able to provide useful contacts to other support agencies in the field of autism as well as to parent support groups within Hampshire and Isle of Wight.

For help and advice, our Community Access Officers are available on the telephone, by email or by appointment at our Southampton and Portsmouth offices.

General Enquiries Tel: 023 80 766162

Email: communityaccess@autismhampshire.org.uk

Community Access Southampton Office, 3 Bassett Avenue, Southampton, SO16 7DP

Community Access Portsmouth Office, Frank Sorrell Centre, Prince Albert Road, Southsea, Hampshire PO4 9HR, Tel: 023 9281 4723

Community Access Service

Community Access Information, Advice, Guidance and Signposting Services 

Click here for more information on:

  • Information, Advice, Guidance and Signposting Service
  • Southampton Autism Support Services
  • Portsmouth Diagnostic and Autism Support Services
  • Hampshire Autism Support Service
  • Alert App, Card and Smart Phone Loan Service
  • Community Access Library
  • Resource Loans - Try Before You Buy
  • Support Groups
  • Presentations and autism awareness

Community Access Community Projects 

Click here for more information on:

  • Autism Alert Programme
  • Autism Arts
  • Criminal Justice System and Safeguarding Group
  • Healthwatch Hampshire
  • Local Autism Directory (LAD)
  • Serendipity Social Groups Projects
  • SO18 Big Local

Community Access Contacts 

Click here for more information on how to contact the Community Access team.

 

Associated information

Our Approach
to Autism

Services for Adults

Community Access

“Community Access has been a lifeline for me, meeting other parents who share my stories and concerns with has made such a difference as before I felt very isolated. The Community Access Team are inspirational and do a great job” (Adrienne Hurley, parent)