Romford Autistic Group Support

Romford Autistic Group Support

RAGS is a small local group based in Romford that supports families with children who have Autism or Asperger's Syndrome or who are awaiting a diagnosis. We provide regular drop in sessions for parents to have a cuppa and a chat about any concerns they may have, along with information and activities for the children when we have funds to do so. Every penny raised goes directly to our families, we support the whole family and always include siblings.

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