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The Cardiff Discussion Forum was set up in 2012 as a result of a request by an adult with Asperger Syndrome. The forum gives you the opportunity to meet and discuss issues that might be important to you, share experiences both positive and negative, and receive information on any new services that may have been brought to our attention. The Cardiff forum is once a month on a Monday morning from 10am – 12pm on the third floor of Cardiff Central library. It is usually held on the first Monday of the month although this can change for example when there is a bank holiday.We usually have a guest speaker to talk at the forums. In the past we have had speakers talk about a whole host of subjects including: bullying, careers, benefits, social opportunities, history, writing, housing issues and art. We typically have between 10 -14 people coming each month. You are not under any pressure to talk if you don’t feel comfortable.
Adults (over 18) with Asperger syndrome or autism.
Anyone can use the service, no referral is required but please contact us prior to attending
Cardiff County CouncilCentral LibraryThe HayesCardiffCF10 1AJ
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