Why we need you
Autism is a lifelong disability that affects the way a person communicates with and relates to people around them. It can be difficult for people with autism to interact with others and form social relationships.
Social groups are a great way to give people on the autism spectrum an opportunity to improve their confidence, self-esteem and reduce isolation through spending time with others in a group setting and accessing social activities in the community.
Volunteers are invited to support the Social Group leader with this very valuable activity.
What you will be doing
Skills experience and qualities needed
When and where
One evening per month in and around the Newbury area. This is the second Tuesday evening of the month, between 7.00pm and 9.
00pm (times may vary on activity)
What you could get out of it
We seek applications from anyone interested in the role, but particularly welcome applications from those on the autism spectrum
If you have any questions about this role or the application process please contact volunteers nas.org.uk