ASD Family help - 3 Frogs Social Group (Adults)
An ASD Social Group where people can make friends and enjoy a meal and a chat.
The group is for adults (18+) with Asperger Syndrome or autism who require little or no supervision and are comfortable in a group setting. Their partners, friends or carers are also welcome.
- ASD Family Help - Three Frogs Wokingham
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- Contact Name
- Jayne McGovern
- Contact Position
- 07733 601755 07733 601755
- Social Media
- The Three Frogs
222, London Road
- RG40 1SW
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When is it On/Open ?
- Date & Time Information
Usually the third Thursday of every month (contact Jayne to confirm).
Arrive between 7pm and 7:30pm, finsh at 10pm.
Costs and Fee Information
- Cost details
About £10 to £15 for a meal and a drink
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Facilities and Accessibility
Premises on a bus route
Refreshments available to purchase
Designated accessible seating
- Additional Information
We have a dedicated large seating area for our group in the conservatory.
ASD Family Help staff and volunteers wear blue uniform - please let them know when you arrive.
If you have any questions during the evening our staff and volunteers are there to help you.
We choose and pay for their own meals and drinks from the reasonably priced 3 Frogs menu.
You may like to look at this menu before you join us. You can find details about the venue and the food and drink on the Greene King website.
Accessing this service
- Age Ranges
- Eligibility Criteria
Adults (18+) with Asperger Syndrome or autism who would like to socialise independent where they are able. Parents and carers are welcome to support where applicable.
Please ensure participants have appropriate support if required. If you are unsure or have any questions, please contact Jayne.
No need to book. We meet in the conservatory area of the pub.
- Booking / Registration Required
- Referral not required
- Supporting people with
- Autism Spectrum Conditions
- Registered Charity No.
Local Offer - Support available for children and young people with additional needs
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