Tell us how we can improve autism services in Kingston

Help Kingston Council to develop a new vision and strategy for children, young people and adults who are on the autistic spectrum. We want to hear views from:

  • young people and adults on the autistic spectrum and their parents, families or carers

  • organisations providing services to people on the autistic spectrum

  • all other services, such as businesses, leisure services and schools, that could help to further develop Kingston into an autism friendly borough and community.


Share your views or ask a question using the tools below. You can also sign up for one of our autism workshops in November.

Help Kingston Council to develop a new vision and strategy for children, young people and adults who are on the autistic spectrum. We want to hear views from:

  • young people and adults on the autistic spectrum and their parents, families or carers

  • organisations providing services to people on the autistic spectrum

  • all other services, such as businesses, leisure services and schools, that could help to further develop Kingston into an autism friendly borough and community.


Share your views or ask a question using the tools below. You can also sign up for one of our autism workshops in November.

  • Important: Change of venue for the daytime workshops (26th and 29th November)

    11 months ago

    Today we were informed that there are significant building issues at Searchlight. We therefore had to move next week's workshops. These will now be held at the Star Centre King Charles Crescent, Surbiton KT5 8SU. We are emailing all those who have informed us of their attendance and are deeply sorry for any inconvenience caused.

    Today we were informed that there are significant building issues at Searchlight. We therefore had to move next week's workshops. These will now be held at the Star Centre King Charles Crescent, Surbiton KT5 8SU. We are emailing all those who have informed us of their attendance and are deeply sorry for any inconvenience caused.

  • Further engagement events added

    11 months ago

    We realise that it maybe difficult for pupils or working parents to attend one of our daytime workshops. Therefore we have added an evening and weekend drop in session at Kingston Library, Fairfield Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2PS.

    Thursday 29th November (5-7pm)

    Saturday 1st December (11-2pm)

    You can just turn up but it would be helpful if you could let us know via the online registration.

    We realise that it maybe difficult for pupils or working parents to attend one of our daytime workshops. Therefore we have added an evening and weekend drop in session at Kingston Library, Fairfield Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2PS.

    Thursday 29th November (5-7pm)

    Saturday 1st December (11-2pm)

    You can just turn up but it would be helpful if you could let us know via the online registration.

  • Key milestones

    11 months ago
    Milestone

    Timeline for developing our strategy:

    • November and December 2018 - Kingston will be engaging with a number of organisations and community groups.

    • 10th December 2018 - Kingston will submit the Autism Self Assessment Framework to Public Health England.

    • December 2018 - Writing the first draft of the strategy based on the engagement activity and self assessment framework.

    • Early 2019 - Strategy presented to the Autism Board before going to public consultation.

    Timeline for developing our strategy:

    • November and December 2018 - Kingston will be engaging with a number of organisations and community groups.

    • 10th December 2018 - Kingston will submit the Autism Self Assessment Framework to Public Health England.

    • December 2018 - Writing the first draft of the strategy based on the engagement activity and self assessment framework.

    • Early 2019 - Strategy presented to the Autism Board before going to public consultation.