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Enfield Autism Hub provides peer support, guidance and signposting to Autistic adults. We welcome people who are diagnosed, awaiting assessment, and self-identified. We can also discuss your options for diagnosis and help you navigate the assessment referral pathways. Please note: we are not a diagnostic service.

What we offer:

  • Personalised guidance and signposting

  • Meeting in our friendly and welcoming space in Winchmore Hill, or video/phone calls.

  • An initial session facilitated by an autistic peer support worker followed by access to group peer support sessions

  • Appointments available Monday – Thursday
    11am – 4pm. We will do our best to accommodate people who need appointments outside of these times, subject to staff availability.

Helping you to develop:

  • Support networks

  • Self-management skills

  • Healthy coping mechanisms

  • Goals that promote overall mental and physical wellbeing

How to sign up:

Complete the referral form below – we accept self-referrals and referrals from families, carers and professionals.

Flyer for Enfield Autism Hub, click to expand

Advice, Consultation and Training for Organisations

As part of the Enfield Autism Hub project we offer Autism Awareness training for primary care professionals and the wider community.

This training focuses on:

  • Understanding autistic experiences, traits, and differences

  • How to make environments more autism-friendly

  • How to improve access to services

Let's Make Autism Friendly Project

Our Let’s Make Enfield Autism Friendly Project is part of the Autism Strategy that One-to-One (Enfield) are working on delivering in partnership with Enfield Council and Barnet, Enfield & Haringey Health Authorities’ Clinical Commissioning Group.

The Autism Strategy sets out a number of key actions and recommendations for central government as well as for local authorities, the NHS and Jobcentre Plus, focusing on five key areas:

  1. Increasing awareness and understanding of Autism.

  2. Developing a clear and consistent pathway for diagnosis.

  3. Improving access to the services and support people need to live independently within the community.

  4. Enabling local partners to develop relevant services to meet identified needs and priorities.

  5. Helping autistic adults in to work.

  6. Helping autistic people to access meaningful daytime activities.

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