Project Aspie - PAPS Project.
Project Aspie - PAPS Project.

Project Aspie - PAPS Project is a Community Monthly Autism Parent Support Group.

Project Aspie - PAPS Project is beneficial, inclusive and welcomes advocates, carers, families, parents, siblings, support workers and individuals with Autism including Asperger's Syndrome.

It is suitable for people who meet the following criteria:

- Aged 18+

- Parents

- Advocates

- Families

- Carers

- Siblings

- Support Workers

- People who have Autism Spectrum Condition

- Living in Birmingham and West Midlands region

Project aims

Project Aspie - PAPS Project is a monthly Community Autism Support Group for Parents.

The project enables people to meet up and discuss various subject themes and share experiences and initiatives to the group as well as sign posting and opportunity networking.

The project takes place last Saturday of every month (excluding December) a part of the Project Aspie - Open Space Initiative at Somerset House.

Time Duration for Project Aspie - PAPS Project is 14.00 - 15.00 pm.

Somerset House has a relaxed environment and easy accessibility for people who attend 'Alphabet 12' Project and 'PAPS' Project.

Project Aspie is very proud to be based at Somerset House.

Somerset House is situated 5 minutes from Birmingham New Street Train Station and Grand Central.

Address for Somerset House is 37 Somerset House, Temple Street, Birmingham, B2 5DP. 

People can sign up / register on Eventbrite to book a place every month for Project Aspie - PAPS Project.

For more information to register for the project please feel free to contact Project Aspie on 0121 312 0587.

Project Aspie - PAPS Project returns later this year.

Project Aspie will be featuring Online News Updates to all Group Members on all future events.

For more details and information please feel free to contact Project Aspie on 07821548904 or

Enquire about this service

'PAPS is a great Support Group where Parents and Carers are the focus which is important. PAPS provides a wide range of activities such as Talks by Guest Speakers, General Discussions and a chance for people to talk about any issues in a safe and non-judgemental space. There is a opportunity for people to have a one to one with the Project Aspie Team and get some more support. I like the fact that Parents and Carers can bring their loved ones with them so they don’t have to leave them on their own which can sometimes be a barrier to accessing support.'
Christopher, attendee and supporter of PAPS Project.,
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