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What We Do
We offer a specialist service using a person centred approach for autistic adults, including excellent residential care homes all rated ‘good’ by CQC offering round-the-clock support.
We offer a range of support services to families and carers of autistic children including an information helpline, family outreach workers and support groups.
Please Support Us
We need your help
Over the last 5 years 1500 individuals have attended our training and workshops… Providing an opportunity for parents to learn more about autism and how it affects their child. We want to continue to provide services like these. Please support your local charity during World Autism Awareness Week!
Listen to Sylvia’s story about the impact our support has had on her and her family.
Please support us
As a charity, we rely on your kind donations to continue our work. By donating to Autism West Midlands, you are helping us to fund a variety of projects which provide specialist support and advice to people of all ages on the autistic spectrum and their families.
The Burrows Supported Living
We are looking for passionate and experienced people to work within The Burrows, a specialist supported living scheme for autistic adults and adults with complex needs.
Latest News & Events
Teen Autism Confident via Zoom
Lockdown inspired fundraising
Esti is making face masks and raising money for us!
Virtual Dads Support Group - West Midlands
Returning to school after lockdown
After such a long period away from school, this is going to be a difficult transition for all. Read our Returning to school information and guidance.
Autism and Anxiety - Online Conference - October 2020
Lockdown: A Residential Care Home Manager's Experience
It was an incredibly challenging time for many when the country went into lockdown just over three months ago, even more so for our frontline workers who had to leave the safety of their own homes to provide support in our residential care homes.