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Autism West Midlands

Support for adults and children with autism

  • Support to live as independently as possible in community living or residential care
  • Activities, events and support for families
  • Information helpline
  • Help to find and keep employment
  • Training for parents and professionals
Address:
Regent Court, George Rd, Birmingham, B15 1NU
Area serviced:
West Midlands
Telephone:
0303 03 00 111
Who is it for:
People with autism and their carers/families
Sector:
Voluntary

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