National Autistic Society out of school clubs
Published on 09/02/17
The NAS Out of School Clubs provide a safe environment where children and young people with autism can come and develop friendships, try out activities and have fun. Our clubs are run by an experienced project leader and supported by a team of trained volunteers.
Activities include cooking, sports and craft nights as well as trips out to the cinema or for a meal.
Each club has its own timetable of activities and children and young people are supported to take part and socialise.
However free play opportunities are also offered to encourage children and young people to learn how to cope with unstructured play and to develop social skills with peers.
All sessions are supervised by staff and volunteers.