We understand that the autistic adult community may not always have support mechanisms in place when things are tough.
To alleviate the challenges faced by autistic individuals, we’re introducing a short-term, cost-free support initiative of up to 5 hours for those most in need.
Recognising the daunting nature of meeting new people or joining groups, particularly for autistic individuals dealing with anxiety or other barriers, we’re committed to assisting in overcoming these hurdles. Our critical support service serves as a bridge to RFA services, providing a few hours of free support. This aid aims to facilitate the first steps or alleviate fears and worries associated with venturing into new experiences.
Our support extends to various areas including housing, completion of benefit forms, offering information on recent or potential diagnoses, advocacy, guidance on available services and entitlements, and assistance with applications, among other crucial forms of support.