Autism Service for Children and Young People & Families

Clubs, Holiday Schemes and Support Groups

We have specialist knowledge of caring for, and responding to, children and young people with a formal diagnosis of Autism.

Our clubs bring together children and young people from across Inverclyde to spend time together in a fun and safe environment. Children spend time with their peers and develop their social skills through play and sports.

We work in partnership with Inverclyde Autistic Support Group to raise funds for this service.

Although the service is largely funded through grants from various charity trusts and local authority grants, parents and carers are asked to make a small contribution to the cost of running the service.

If your child has Autism and you’d like to find out
more please contact us.

Saturday Club – Every Saturday 1pm-4pm

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Seniors                                              Seniors Activity Club
11-16 years, Grieve Road Hall,          11-16 years
Grieve Road,                                       Lyle Kirk Youth Hall
Greenock                                             Esplanade, Greenock
5-11 yearsGrieve Road Hall,
Grieve Road,


Easter and Summer Holiday Scheme – Monday to Friday 10am – 3pm

Seniors Activity Club                            
11-16 years
Inverclyde Academy,
Cumberland Rd,
Juniors & Seniors
5-11 & 11-16 years
Grieve Road Hall,
Grieve Road,


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“Getting new stuff” “Get to socialise” – Various Service Users

“I had a great time at the cinema,thank you soooooooo much.” – Service user


This service is registered and inspected by the Care Inspectorate. All our reports can be found on their website:

Support Group

We are funded by the Big Lottery Fund to support the Inverclyde Autistic Support Group.

This group meets on the last Monday of every month at Grieve Road Community Centre, Grieve Road, Greenock, PA16 7LA

Please contact us for further information:

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