Sibling support

Supported by our friends at BBC Children in Need these sessions are aimed at helping siblings develop an understanding of autism.

Sibling group

This fortnightly group is an interactive, fun session for siblings of children with autism.

The group provides:

  • A chance for some respite
  • Raises awareness of autism
  • Develop coping strategies
  • Helps siblings to develop an understanding of their sibling

When: Tuesday (fortnightly)

Time: 5.30 – 7.00pm

Age range: 8 -13yrs

Where: Autism Together, Wirral Centre for Autism, Oak house, 6 Tebay road, Bromborough Wirral CH62 3PA

1-2-1 Sibling support

This service helps:

  • Siblings get access to information and support
  • Raise awareness of autism
  • To provide strategies that can help

When: Tuesdays (weekly)

Time: 3.45 – 5.15 pm

Age range: 6 – 18 yrs

Where: Autism Together, Wirral Centre for Autism, Oak house, 6 Tebay road, Bromborough Wirral CH62 3PA

Social and communication group

This fortnightly group is for children with autism who would benefit from a quiet environment.

Activities available include:

  • Sensory area
  • IT games (with Wii, Wii-u, Nintendo Switch, Xbox and iPad)
  • Board games
  • Craft activities

When: Tuesdays (fortnightly)

Time: 5.30 – 7.30 pm

Age range: 8 – 13 yrs

Where: Autism Together, Wirral Centre for Autism, Oak house, 6 Tebay road, Bromborough Wirral CH62 3PA

For more information, please contact a member of our team:

Autism together, Wirral Centre for Autism, Oak House, 6 Tebay road, Bromborough Wirral CH62 3PA.

Tel: 0151 666 9960

Email: enquiries@autismtogether.co.uk