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E-befriending

The NAS E-befriending Scheme is a Nationwide Service which provides online social contact and companionship to people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) over the age of 12 years old and their family. Volunteer E-befrienders exchange emails with the person with whom they have been paired, communicating about things of interests or concern and offering a friendly, supportive link with the wider community.

For further information contact:    

The E-befriending Officer

Email: e-befriending@nas.org.uk

Tel: 02920 629314   Mobile: 07920 295911

 

Person to Person

The Person to Person service provides face to face, online and telephone support to adults aged 40 and over with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).  Volunteers provide befriending, mentoring and advocacy services and we also have peer support via e-befriending and coffee clubs.  The service currently covers Greater Glasgow and the surrounding areas.

For further information contact:    

The Person to Person Coordinator

Email: 

Tel: 07768 855275

 

Moving Forward

The Moving Forward service provides a face to face mentor for young people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) aged 16-25 years living in the Greater Glasgow area and who are looking to gain paid employment or voluntary experience.  The volunteer mentors can help with all aspects of career guidance including independent travel, searching for jobs, CV development, interview practice, help finding voluntary work, supported voluntary placements and more.

For further information contact:    

The Moving Forward Coordinator

Email: Liam.Gibbons@nas.org.uk

Tel: 0141 285 7118   Mobile: 07435 786200