The NAS Surrey Branch is a parent-to-parent support group run by volunteers. If you have someone with autism in your family, we’re here to help with local parent-to-parent support groups, talks, workshops and activities.
We publish a handy roundup of our online meetings. talks and workshops, plus details of other local events, activities, news and information every two months in our email Newsletter. Download the latest issue.
Join the branch for free to receive your copy of NAS Surrey News by email every two months.
We are now holding a mixture of face-to-face and online meetings via Zoom – details are all in our bi-monthly newsletter.
Please see our Events page for details of forthcoming events and to read reports from recent talks and seminars.
Parent support groups are currently on Zoom. Once in-person meetings are feasible, we will go back to holding local support group meetings run by parent volunteers all over Surrey.
There are meetings for:
Your child or partner does not need a diagnosis for you to attend.
Join the NAS Surrey Branch for FREE – just complete the Membership Form to receive our email newsletter every two months.
You can also join our Online Support Forum, to connect with hundreds of parents, professionals and people with autism in and around Surrey.
It’s free to join, but we don’t receive any funding, so please make a small donation via our justgiving page if you can. Thank you!
Contact details for our local support group meetings
A list of clubs for under-18s offered by professionals at the NAS Surrey Service
A list of services for adults offered by the professionals at the NAS Surrey Service
A list of Special Nurseries, Schools and Sixth Forms in Surrey known to support autistic children
A range of useful resources and information including slides and handouts from past talks
There is also a wealth of information in the Autism Services Directory on the main NAS website.
There are two parts of the NAS in Surrey: we are the NAS Surrey Branch, a parent-to-parent support group run by volunteers.
There is also the NAS Surrey Service, run by professionals working for the NAS.
They run After School and Youth Clubs for children and young people from 5 – 19, plus a Signposting & Information Service, ASSIST, for over-16s with autism, and their family and friends. The service offers face to face meetings in Godalming, Reigate, Farnborough and Aldershot, or online support.
The NAS Surrey Service also runs the charity’s other local services for adults.
Contact the NAS Surrey Service at SEResourceCentres@nas.org.uk or tel: 01483 521743.