Services for Parents & Carers (of adults)

CAAS has a range of services designed to support parents and carers of adults diagnosed with ADHD or autism.

For all enquiries, or to book places on any of the below, please email adults or call 020 4568 4629.

If you are not sure which boroughs are in North-West London (NWL), click here.

We want to be as welcoming as possible, and will make accommodations to enable you to access our services. Please click on this document to see some of the reasonable adjustments we can make to support you, and do let us know by emailing or calling us if there is anything else we can do to make our services accessible for you.

For:     Parents, partners & supporters of ADHD/autistic people in North-West London.
When:  1st Monday of each month, 7:00-9:00 pm (excl Bank Holidays)
What:  These online drop-in sessions are a great introduction to our services, where you can meet the Adult Support Team and find out about the support we can provide for you and your family. They offer the opportunity to meet other parents and partners in a similar situation. There will be opportunities to have a private chat with staff during the session.

For:     Members of CAAS.
When:  Access during drop-in sessions or by arrangement.
What:  Our well-stocked library has books on all aspects of ADHD, autism and other related conditions. Our books are updated on a regular basis. We also stock books that support parenting as well as literature on siblings and family dynamics. Books are also available to help children or adults with a diagnosis of ADHD or autism to understand their condition.
Cost:    £5 fee to be retained if books are not returned within six months. Two books may be borrowed at any one time.

For:     Parents, partners and supporters of Autistic adults residing in NW London.
When:  A 3-week course delivered quarterly (Hybrid & Online) & Online
What:  This 3-week course aims to provide insights into autism, and increase understanding of communication and sensory differences.  Particularly useful for supporters of late diagnosed adults.

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