Serendipity Social Groups

Small, social groups led by members and facilitated by volunteers

What do the Serendipity Social Groups do?

Our Serendipity Social Groups are a great way for adults diagnosed with autism to meet in a supportive and non-judgmental setting. Each group is welcoming and encourages new members to join and participate in any way they feel able to. If a new member just wants to come to a group and listen to others, then that is respected and there is no expectation that every member needs to participate.

Some groups are delivered online, and some groups are delivered in person. All groups are facilitated by a trained Volunteer Coordinator.

Who are the Serendipity groups for?

Our Serendipity groups are for all adults on the autism spectrum aged 18+. Although we do have specific locations where the groups are delivered, you do not need to live in that area to join that group.

When are the Serendipity groups run?

We have various groups running across Hampshire. These are:

Click here to register and find out more information.

How do I join a Serendipity group?

To join a Serendipity social group you will need to register as a member. Once you have registered as a member you will be provided with details about how to join the social groups.

To register as a member, you can do any of the following options:

1. Complete our Member Registration Form

2. Email a member of the team who will send you the registration form: serendipity@autismhampshire.org.uk


Thoughts from members

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"I like that I get to spend time with others with autism, knowing that others go through the same things you do"

"The only people I saw apart from my daughter and granddaughter were the people at the social group. It helped greatly."

"I enjoy everything about the groups - the people, the venues, the ability to socialise and to make new friends."

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