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Huddersfield Support Group for Autism

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  1. An autism support group run by families for families.
    Meetings and events are organised throughout the year at various venues. Keep in touch via our newsletter or our website.


Contacts

Phil Turner
Secretary

Organisation last updated

  1. 07 April 2017

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History

  1. The Group was founded 25 years ago and founder members Kate Falkingham (now our President) and Mick Orwin (now Chairman) are still with us and in 2013 were presented with certificates marking 20 years' service, by the National Autistic Society.

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