The Autism Play Project

The Autism Play Project is a fun, lively Saturday morning play session for children, focusing on improving communication and social skills through play! Children can enjoy playing with lots of toys and engaging in games and crafts in a safe environment. It is a chance for them to interact with other autistic children and their siblings. The group also enables parents/carers to have some respite, and meet other parents/carers.

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To download the Autisim Play Project volunteer role description, click here:

To apply to become a Autism Play Project volunteer, please email us and we will send you an application form. Application deadline is Thursday 29th September 2016.


Application process:

·      Apply using the application form;

·      If successful, you will be invited to an informal interview with the TAPP committee;

·      If accepted, you will be expected to do the following:

o   Complete the Canvas Safeguarding session (children) training:

o   Book onto and complete a DBS application:

·      Start volunteering!






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Georgie Freeman - Sports Officer 2016-17
Ross Strong - Welfare Officer 2016-17

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