At Get together-Cornwall we join and support families living on and with Autistic Spectrum.

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The objects of Get Together-Cornwall is to bring together people that have a connection, diagnosed or awaiting a diagnoses of Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and to provide support and information that is missed when being seen in a professional environment. We have appropriate facilities with regards to supporting the affected person or persons, as well as their families and the supporting network around them.

Get Together-Cornwall has workshops that provide an opportunity for professional bodies to gain a better level of understanding of the mental and physical anguish when living with Autistic Spectrum Disorder or caring for a person or persons with ASD.

 

We provide a safe and stimulating fun environment with an up to date parent lead advise and signposting services.

We aim to give parents/carers back the ability to care for their own wellbeing. Giving a voice to the people living on and with the Autistic Spectrum Disorder and we celebrate the positivity about being on the Spectrum. We strongly believe in positive self awareness for all.

 

Get Together is a support group for people with a diagnosis of Autism/Aspergers and all Additional Needs and their families, to enable you to get to know other families that are affected by ASD.

 

No age restriction, siblings, teenagers, parents, carers and grandparents - everyone is welcome.

 

You do not need to be diagnosed with ASD to come and enjoy the group - anyone that would benefit from the group is welcome especially families.

 

HOW TO FIND US:

We are based at Great Twelvewoods Farmhouse Dobwalls, Cornwall, United Kingdom.

 

For more information contact Claire on 01579 326683 - Monday- Friday 10 am - 4 pm

(please leave your name, number and any questions and Claire will call as soon as she can).

For more information contact
Claire on 01579 326683
email: claire@gettogethercornwall.org.uk

 

Get Together-Cornwall, providing support to people and their families diagnosed with Autism, Aspergers or other medically related disabilities such as Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease (CMT).

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