Asperger social hub consists of activity focused social groups which are facilitated by the Liverpool Asperger Team and volunteers. One-hour sessions are offered on Wednesday’s to people who would like to build confidence and connect with other people who have a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome.

Allotment project in Walton is run by the Liverpool Asperger Team. This is to provide service users with the opportunity to maintain and grow their own produce as part of promoting health and wellbeing. This is facilitated by staff and the group meet once per week on Mondays.

The drop in is a ‘collective’ of service users, carers and professionals who provide a service to help and support people with Asperger Syndrome. It provides a warm and welcoming space for service users and carers to access services, participate in activities of interest, and find out more about what’s available in the community.

The drop in is at 1.30pm to 4.00pm on the last Friday in the month at the Quaker Meeting House, 22 School Lane, Liverpool, L1 2BE (at the back of Primark). For additional information, read here.

Social groups are organised by service users and volunteers at Maggie Mays and the Corn Market in Liverpool city centre. Please contact Liverpool Asperger’s Team for more information.