When and Where?

Across Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven. Dates have been confirmed and you will be made aware of these once you have signed up.

What are Autism Workshops?

Autism awareness is gladly increasing. These workshops are designed to build upon awareness and to educate people further about the challenges an autistic person might face. The focus will be on helping parents and carers to better understand how they can help the person they support to navigate the world around them.

What is the role?

We are looking for volunteers who will be able to help set up the group and pack up

after the session. You will be supporting the facilitator with the delivery of the workshop and helping to encourage conversation.

What skills do I need?

. A willingness to increase knowledge of Autism and how it impacts a person

. Approachability

. Desire to help

. Excellent time keeper

. Ability to use own initiative

Do I get any support?

You will initially be supported within the group until able to work independently and the WACA Volunteer Coordinator will be on hand for regular check-ins.

Do I get expenses paid?

Yes! All out of pocket travel expenses will be reimbursed, just ask the volunteer coordinator for a form.

I’m in, what do I do next?

Complete our volunteer application form and email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

A member of our team will then get in touch to talk you through the next steps.


Registered office in England:

Ling House Medical Centre
49 Scott Street
BD21 2JH 

Company number 11251417

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