Health and Social Services | Oldham Council
Sunday 11 December - online and telephone payments unavailable

Between 6am and 11am, our online and telephone payment systems will not be available, due to essential maintenance work. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause

We strongly suggest contacting the service or activity before you use it. This way you can check all the details are correct and that everything is right for you. Please remember to ask staff to show you that relevant insurance is in place and staff qualifications are up to date.
Support and advice
393 City Road , London , EC1V 1NG, UK

Contact phone

0808 800 1050

Contact email

nas@nas.org.uk

Age

All ages

Description

Founded in 1962, we are the UK’s leading charity for autistic people and their families. Our goal is to help transform lives, change attitudes and create a society that works for autistic people.

Autism is a spectrum condition, which means that it affects people in different ways. Everyone on the autism spectrum is different. Some autistic children may have an accompanying learning disability, or other conditions such as epilepsy. Children with Asperger syndrome do not usually have learning disabilities, but they may have a learning difficulty such as dylexia or ADHD.

Once we know about your situation, we can:

  • Explain more about autism.
  • Help you explore strategies that could help you or your family.
  • Give you more information and contacts, if that's useful.

Email us or call our Autism helpline to make an appointment to speak to our community care specialist.

Alternatively, you may also contact the Autism Helpline via our online enquiry form

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Updated: 12/10/2021