Stay and Play Club
The Stay and Play Club is for children aged up to 11 who have Autism Spectrum Condition, their siblings and families or are undergoing diagnosis.
Parents stay with their children and it is a great way to get to know people in an informal and fun environment. Play is supported by staff and volunteers.
Parents have access to a resource box where they can look through or borrow books / magazines on Autism.
We have a range of activities including sensory room and resources, art and craft, bouncy play, music, climbing & activity toys, bike and go karts.
Location: Littleworth Community Hall, St Thomas Street,
Stafford, ST16 3UU
Stay and Play runs twice a month on a Saturday from 10:30 am - 12:30 pm and £2 per child. Please see our events calendar for upcoming dates or dowload the flyer on the button below.
Saturday Youth Club
The Youth Club is for young people aged 11 – 16 years who have Autism Spectrum Condition or are undergoing diagnosis. The club is supported by experienced staff and trained volunteers. When readt perents can leave the young people for the club session.
We go on regular trips out and about as well at meeting at the Littleworth Community Centre, Stafford. We aim to develop independance and life skills needed for adulthood through structures fun activities.
The Youth Club is held at Littleworth Community Centre, as well as out and about in the community. Some activite in the centre include cooking, arts and crafts, social skills, group activities and bouncy castle fun. it usually takes place between 1:30 pm and 3:30pm and is £4 per child. This can change if we are doing activities outside the Community Centre - so please contact us for further information.
Places are limited, so make sure you book your place in advance with us!
The Youth Club takes place twice a month on a Saturday, please see our events calendar for upcoming dates
Pleae contact Sarah Binks our activities leader for more information and to book on
tel: 07760 891699
Junior Soft Play
NAS Stafford Branch in conjunction with Midland Psychology hold soft play sessions at The Play Shed (back of Tesco's) from 5-6pm on Wednesday's during term time at £2 per child
This club is open to children and young people who have Autism Spectrum Condition or are undergoing diagnosis and their siblings and families. Just turn up all welcome
Code of Conduct
When you attend one of our clubs we ask that you sign our Code of Conduct, so you are aware of what to expect from our volunteers and what we expect of you
Please click on the link below to view our Code of Conduct before attending one of our clubs
NAS Stafford Branch Leaflet
Details of all the clubs and activities that are available from our branch