Enfield Branch of the National Autistic Society (ENAS)

The Enfield Branch of the NAS was set up by parents in 2005 to support and represent local people living with autism and their families and Carers.

The Enfield Branch is a totally voluntary group of parents/Carers with children on the spectrum, and independent adults living with autism, supporting each other, and striving to enable local people with autism to thrive and lead the lives they choose.


What we do

Social support for parents and Carers:  A ‘friendly ear’; advice on local services; evening meetings; coffee mornings; newsletters.

Social support for adults with high functioning autism: Support for adults on the autism spectrum who are looking for people to socialize with and make friends; regular group meetings with speakers on topics of interest; social activities like trips to the cinema.

Information and resources: accurate, up-to-date information and resources; expert speakers; workshops; web site; closed Facebook group.

Activities for children and young people: autism-friendly play sessions; youth activities.

Partnership working with professionals: autism awareness workshops, talks and events; liaising with health, education and social care professionals.

A strong representative voice: raising awareness of autism locally; lobbying policy and decision makers for change; participation in Enfield Autism Steering Groups; participation in local and national campaigning.

Referral and Contact Process

Referral process: Email Enfield@nas.org.uk or call Natasha 07757120777 / Sandeep 07827081866

Please use referral or contact details below.
Email: Enfield@nas.org.uk
Telephone: 07757120777 / 07827081866
Website: http://www.enfieldnas.org.uk
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