Community and Vocational Services (CVS)

Community and Vocational Services are about offering people with autism meaningful, realistic and achievable training, on the job work experience and valuable life skills.

These structured, person centred programmes offer the necessary communication strategies and support plans, enabling the person to develop independently, safely and confidently. They offer fantastic opportunities for people with autism to develop essential work and life skills and reach their full potential.

We have ongoing vacancies in our community and vocational services and can offer flexible opportunities throughout the week up to a full five day programme.

Based in several locations in Wirral, our services are extensive and offer a full range of activities.

Wirral Autistic Society are committed to delivering the best autism support available, here are our range of services for adults dealing with the autistic spectrum.

  • The Wirral Centre for Autism at Oak House – Creative Arts, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and open access Resource Centre
  • Raby – Horticulture, environmental and animal husbandry
  • Community Development & Health and Well Being – outdoor pursuits, gym, swimming activities and community awards
  • Social Enterprise at Bromborough Pool Village – Bromborough Pool Garden Centre and Coffee Shop, mobile landscaping gardening services and woodwork
  • Make Waves Performing Art – music, music technology, drumming workshops, dance and drama
  • Step Into Work – A scheme set up specifically to teach work skills, offer work experience and employment opportunities to adults with autism who are not funded to purchase a service

CVS are also committed to offering services in community based settings and welcomes enquiries from people interested in setting up these types of services from Wirral and other local authority areas.

Our Admissions and Referrals Team

Services covered by our admissions team are Supported Living, Domiciliary care, Community & Vocational Service, and Residential services.

Our aim is to liaise closely with the individual, families, and local authorities to identify the service(s) required and to support them in identifying and securing funding. We will liaise with service managers to ensure a smooth transition for the individual into the services.

We are based in Oak House and our direct line for referrals or enquiries is 0151 482 3126.

Angie has worked for the organisation for nearly 10 years and has held many roles within this time, including Team Leader and Registered Manager. She has been working mainly in development for the last 5 years.
Angie works Monday to Friday 9am–3pm
Contact details – 07717 348598 or

Katie has been working as the Admin Support for the Family Support Team at the Rainbow Resource Centre.
Katie works Monday to Friday 9am-5pm
Contact details – 07557 859024 or
Caroline is new to the Society, she has previously worked for Wirral Adult Social Services in the role of Assessment Officer. Caroline works Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 9am-5pm
Contact details – 07557 859025 or