“The services offered are people-focused and set with realistic outcomes.”
Our autism support covers the local authority areas within the Glasgow locality, covering most of the Strathclyde boundary. The Area Service provides a wide and diverse range of daytime and evening opportunities from our autism resource centres in Glasgow and Hamilton as well as from the service user’s home.
Within the West of Scotland, Scottish Autism’s Adult Services to assist independent living are designed to support adults in their whole life journey, whether that’s helping them gain academic qualifications, pass their driving test, teaching them to get on a bus by themselves, start work for the first time, or even developing a natural talent such as art or drama. The tabs below allow you to read more about some of the services offered in your area.
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Within the West of Scotland we offer a range of outreach services and opportunities and provide services to individuals in Glasgow City; East Dumbartonshire; West Dumbartonshire; Renfrewshire; East Renfrewshire; Inverclyde, North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire and North Ayrshire. Each service is assessed on an individual basis with services ranging from 3 hours to 40 hours per week.Find out more
The Outreach team endeavour to provide a service which is supportive and always listens to individuals views.
Within the West of Scotland Area there are two day opportunities: The Abbie Resource Base in Glasgow and Albion Resource Centre in Hamilton.Find out more
We provide places to make friends and build up strong relationships
The West of Scotland housing support service provides round the clock support to service users in their own home, encouraging independence and building confidence within a variety of settings.Find out more
A service user was delighted to learn that his work was to be exhibited publicly.
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