The organisations listed on this page also run activities for people on the autistic spectrum and their families in Rotherham. Please contact the organisations directly if you are interested. Clicking on the organisation's name will take you to their website, when they have one. Please note that the NAS is not responsible for the contents of external websites or for activities run by other organisations.
RPCF are run by, and caters for, parents and families with a disabled child in Rotherham. They have many families affected by autism among their service users. They run regular family activities such as trampolining, swimming, and soft play sessions.
This group of volunteers have been involved with various organisations, including the Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust, Rotherham United Community Sports Trust, and Elmett Archaeology. Many of the volunteers are on the autistic spectrum. The group also run regular drop-in sessions and social events at Mowbray Gardens Library.
Run by the Kimberworth Park Community Partnership, Chat'n'Chill provide regular social and recreational activities for teenagers on the autism spectrum, with the aim of supporting users in their transition to adulthood. Issues surrounding growing up are explored in the sessions. These sessions are held in Kimberworth Park and Maltby.
Weekly disco for people with learning disabilities and autism, held in Swinton.
Life Act are an acting company of adults with mental and physical disabilities. Some of their members are autistic. They devise and produce performances that explore issues surrounding disability and difference. Rehearsals are held weekly in Rotherham Town.
The A Team are a social group for adults on the autism spectrum. They run various social activities regularly including pub evenings and walks. They are based in Sheffield, but some of the walks have taken place in Rotherham.