We wanted to provide a quick update to let you know that the West Cheshire Autism Hub will now be closing for part of the summer and reopening on Tuesday 30 August following the bank holiday weekend, providing us with an opportunity to put exciting plans in place and continue improving our offer for autistic … Read More
After launching in 2020 to provide a welcoming space to autistic adults and their families, the West Cheshire Autism Hub has now officially become a charity and will continue offering invaluable services in the future. Along with providing services at The Bluecoat in Chester, the West Cheshire Autism Hub is also active in the wider … Read More
The West Cheshire Autism Hub, which is based at The Bluecoat in Chester, is working with the University of Chester to help autistic students on their transition to university and adult life.
As part of the West Cheshire Autism Hub’s new autism access and advocacy project, autistic individuals and their families or carers can explore the barriers they experience when accessing support for their mental health.
A series of art sessions are being held for members of the West Cheshire Autism Hub to help kickstart 2022.
The West Cheshire Autism Hub will use its drop in and chat sessions to talk about important issues that matter to its members.
The West Cheshire Autism Hub is helping host mindfulness sessions every Tuesday for four weeks, starting on 12 October.
More cooking sessions, with the support of the West Cheshire Autism Hub, are taking place at St Mary’s in Handbridge over the coming weeks.
Another six-week course titled ‘Getting to know me more’, building on the success of recent art sessions, is being run by the West Cheshire Autism Hub to help people get creative. All sessions will take place online over Zoom and you can create art using any medium you currently have at home. It could be … Read More
Inclusive Community Development (ICD) is holding a drop-in games café at the West Cheshire Autism Hub.