Autism & Aspergers Society Info


The  Autism & Aspergers Society is based in St Helens at 34 Hall Street is a social hub were autisic adults can come and relax, have a cup of tea or coffee while being able to do an assortment of activities available within the hub.

Activities available within the hub are:



Craft Making

Board games

And much more!

If you ever want more Information you can contact the Autism & Aspergers Society at

Telephone: 01744 362260


Opening Hours

Monday: 10am to 2pm

Wednesday: 10am to 2pm

Friday: 10am to 2pm

Saturday: 10am to 2pm

The Autism & Aspergers Society Hub Version 1

Tontine House Hub Version

The Autism & Aspergers Society in st Helens is desperate in need of volunteers and more service members

Brief Insight into Autism

If you’re autistic like me, it means your brain is wired differently. And that can make us see, hear and feel the world in a different way to other people. Sometimes we find everything overwhelming. It’s like all our senses are firing, all at once. Like we have no filter. Like we’re getting too much information. Sometimes it can mean we’re skilled in things that other people aren’t. Sometimes it means the things everyone else finds so easy are the most unbearable challenges we could imagine.

Everyone on the autism spectrum is different. Some of us find it difficult to tell people what we need, and how we feel. While some of us find it hard to understand people, how they expect us to behave. It works both ways, though. I feel misunderstood. I try my hardest every day, but I feel like I always get it wrong.

So if you see someone having a meltdown, don’t judge them – think ‘TMI’ instead, take time, make space and imagine. It can make a world of difference.

(Information obtain from and on the National Autistic Society Website, link to website below)


  Tel: 07412243534




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