Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 11-4pm
Friday 12-3pm (answer phone monday, saturday & Sunday)
close christmas on 18th Dec - Re Open Tues 6th Jan 2015
Now archived on our charity website (all shows archived for you to listen too)
Welcome to SAAS (Staffordshire Adults Autistic Society). We were set up by Founder Kevin Healey to provide information and support to others in the Stoke-on-Trent & Staffordshire area.
Our New Head office 15 Andrew Place, Newcastle, Staffs. ST5 1DL
Telephone (01782 616555)
We are currently looking for volunteers for Office Admin and Fundraising please Download application pack and complete then email to email@example.com
SAAS, 15 Andrew Place, Newcastle - ST5 1DL
SAAS is the largest adult autism charity in the UK. We aim to provide support to adults on the ASD spectrum and offer a range of services including:
-Arranging social activities
*Social Group and Support Group
We are looking to start an activity group for adults on the ASD spectrum. We will arrange outings and get-togethers to provide the group’s members with the opportunity to meet, socialize and have fun. We are also looking to start a support group for ASD individuals and their parents/carers to meet and discuss their shared issues and experiences.
We are looking for contributions for our new monthly newsletter. If you would like to share your thoughts or experience as a person with ASD, or a family member/carer of a person with ASD, please contact us. We are also looking for artistic contributions from Autistic and Asperger’s individuals. This can include poetry, prose, photographs, paintings, etc.
If you are interested in any of this above please contact us on facebook, via email
Founder & Chairman Kevin Healey, trustees James Meakin, Andrew Chandler, Andrew Robinson, Julie Kearns, Jade Wright, Laura Mountford, Steve Mai
we currently have Nine Volunteers
Councillors Margaret Astle, Sandra Hambleton, Derrick Huckfield, Mark Olszewski, Stephen Sweeney, Simon Tagg, john Taylor have all contributed £5,500 in total to SAAS for the following year for our changing lives project 2014
We have a library with over 150 books on Autism, including topics such as independent living, life skills, education, social care, mental health, and challenging behavior. For more information please call or visit our head office. (Please note you need to be a member of SAAS to access the library).