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Understanding Autism as a difference, not a disability.

Asperger’s Children and Carers Together (ACCT) is a parent and carer-led support group for autistic children and young people and their families in Sheffield.

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We run our Acctivate groups for children aged 5-12 on Saturday mornings and a Wednesday evening Teenage Youth Club, as well as ACCT Academy football coaching, and online Minecraft and Dungeons and Dragons clubs. Before Covid, we also ran an ACCTing Out social support group for young adults aged 18+, family days out, Autism-friendly family swimming sessions and other trips. We hope to get back to these activities as soon as we can. 

We also run a fortnightly Parents’ Meeting over Zoom for peer support, information and discussion, as well as a way for new members to find out more about ACCT.

ACCT is a registered charity, number 1169099. We are registered with Ofsted and have a long track-record of delivering high-quality, safe, supportive activities for young autistic people.

ACCT activities are open to members of ACCT – it’s free to join and activities are free of charge. More information about joining ACCT and joining activities is on our Membership page. 

“A place where children can be themselves, make friends and have fun.”

To get a flavour of ACCT and our sessions you can watch our video made for the People’s Projects fundraising campaign below, read this fantastic article by the Sheffield Telegraph, or view our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.