How to apply
Why we need you
The Cambridge branch of the National Autistic Society provides support to people on the autistic spectrum, their carers and autism professionals in Cambridgeshire. We are staffed entirely by volunteers with advice and support from the national charity.
Our activities include running parent support groups, support drop-ins and social groups for adults on the autistic spectrum. We also operate a telephone helpline, organise family social events, and work in partnership with service providers to improve provision for people on the autistic spectrum and their families in Cambridgeshire.
The Cambridge branch of the National Autistic Society is currently looking for volunteers to run activities such as cooking or crafts at our Social Club for autistic adults The club meets twice a month on Sunday evenings. For cooking activities a Food Hygiene Certificate would be desirable.
What you will be doing
Skills experience and qualities need
When and where
Time commitment: approx. 6 hours per month, 2 Sunday evenings
Christ the Redeemer Church is on Newmarket Road between the Barnwell Road roundabout and Ditton Lane almost opposite McDonalds.
It has a car park and is on the Citi3 bus route
What you could get out of it
We seek applications from anyone interested in the role, but particularly welcome applications from those with a diagnosis of autism or Asperger syndrome