NAS Clubs for Children & Young People

NAS Children’s Clubs and Youth Clubs in Surrey are run by NAS professionals from the NAS Resource Centre in Godalming (not by volunteers at NAS Surrey Branch).

 

Please contact them directly by email: SEResourceCentres@nas.org.uk or Tel: 01483 521 743 for more information about clubs and family support.

 

​Clubs are open to all children and young people with autism and Asperger syndrome who live in Surrey and run during in term-time only.

 

The clubs offer a wide variety of fun activities in a safe, structured and autism-friendly environment and are all about having a good time. Everyone gets time to meet new friends, learn and play. The clubs aim to help children and young people to grow and develop their communication and social skills, become more independent, develop their confidence and boost self-esteem.

To apply for a place for their child, parents must complete a self-referral form available from SEResourceCentres@nas.org.uk or Tel: 01483 521 743.

Timings for Clubs

NAS Children’s Clubs and Youth Clubs run in term-time only and are open to all children and young people with autism and Asperger syndrome who live in Surrey.  

Cost £5 per session.

 

 

Children’s Clubs (Age 5 – 11)

Godalming – Weds 5.30 – 7.30 p.m. or Thurs 6.00 – 8.00 p.m.

Staines – Tues 5.00 – 7.00 p.m.

 

 

Youth clubs (Age 11 – 18 year olds)

Woking – Tuesday 7.00 -. 9.00 p.m.

Godalming – Tuesday 7.00 – 9.00 p.m.

 

 

All Ages (5 – 18 years old)

Horsham – Thursdays 5.30 – 7.30 p.m.

Clubs are open to all children and young people with autism and Asperger syndrome who live in Surrey, or Sussex for the Horsham club.

 

Cost: £5 per session (£2.50 for families on income support or for second siblings).

 

Find out more on Facebook. To apply for a place for your child, contact the NAS Resource Centre by email: SEResourceCentres@nas.org.uk or tel: 01483 521 743 (option 3).

 

FAMILY SUPPORT
The criteria for the NAS Family Support service has changed and behaviour advice, emotional and practical support is now only for families with children aged 17 and under who have a CAHMS referral for the BEN (Behaviour & Neurodevelopment Service) pathway Surrey.

 

For families waiting to be seen by CAMHS BEN service, or whose child has been diagnosed by CAMHS:

Stepping Up For Autism  – free parent/carer course.

 

For referral, families or professionals can call the CAMHS One Stop number on 0300 222 5755.