For Adults

For Adults

While MAIN was originally established in 2002 to help children with autism, our service has since expanded to include adults with autism and a range of other disabilities. Many of the people we support have been with us since they were young, and we have adapted the services they use to suit their changing needs.

From fun social activities allowing new friendships to form, through to practical sessions learning essential life skills, we have a great range of services for adults with disabilities.

Learn more about the sessions we run below. If you see something below that would be ideal for you, or someone you care for, please get in touch. We’d love to have a chat about how we can help.


Mondays: Inbetweeners (all year round)

Our Inbetweeners group aims to increase independence whilst allowing young adults to experience different community settings and build on their confidence accessing these venues. Community activities may include swimming, rock climbing, canoeing, dining out, bowling, cinema.

Age: 18 – 25 years
Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
Venue: Alternate sessions between the MAIN Centre and the community


Wednesdays: Inbetweeners (all year round)

Our Inbetweeners group aims to increase independence whilst allowing young adults to experience different community settings and build on their confidence accessing these venues. Community activities may include swimming, rock climbing, canoeing, dining out, bowling, cinema.

Age: 18+
Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
Venue: Alternate sessions between the MAIN Centre and the community


Thursdays: Adult Group (all year round)

Adult group aims to increase independence whilst allowing adults social opportunities in different community settings and build on their confidence accessing these places. Community activities may include, gym, dining out, cinema, Escape Room, Pool club, allotment.

Age: 25+
Time: 6.00pm – 9.00pm
Venue: Alternate sessions between the MAIN Centre and the community


MAIN Personal Assistant Service

MAIN provide a Personal Assistant (PA) service which enables people to access community based social opportunities with the support of one of our highly skilled and experienced staff. The purpose of this will increase their confidence; improve their wellbeing; give them opportunities for independence and the likelihood of reaching their full potential. Resulting in them being less likely to be dependent on the social care and health care services in the future.

MAIN promote a person centred approach in providing this service to make the “best match” of service user to our member of staff to ensure that we foster a positive and supportive relationship to enable their outcomes to be best achieved. The needs of the individual are always put first.

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