Parents Talking Asperger's is a faith-based support group for families with children or young people with Asperger's, also known as high functioning autism.
Parents Talking Aspergers operate in Middleton Cheney on the border of North Oxfordshire and South Northamptonshire and have contact with over 1,000 families worldwide through Facebook and their website.
Parents Talking Aspergers hold youth groups for children and young people with high functioning autism and provide support for families.
Parents Talking Asperger's Junior group is for children with high-functioning autism aged 2 to 11 (with parents/carers, siblings welcome), held on alternate Thursdays during term-time (4.30pm to 6.30pm)
Parents Talking Asperger's youth group is for children with high-functioning autism aged 11+ (with parents/carers, siblings welcome), held on alternate Thursdays during term-time (6.30pm to 8:30pm)
Parents Talking Asperger's Arts group is for children and young people aged 11 years and upwards to enjoy imaginative projects on a Saturday morning group devoted solely to arts and crafts. Parents will be able to sit and chat while their children get creative and their siblings are welcome too.
This girls group is dedicated to activities girls enjoy including beauty, up-cycling and crafting, games, art and cookery. Parents will be able to sit and chat while their girls do their thing
PTA also have a group in Witney in Oxfordshire.