Our Youth Hub

Our first major project is our Autistic Youth Hub: a dual online and real world space that celebrates neurodivergent culture while acknowledging the challenges of being autistic through the later stages of adolescence, higher/further education, into the workplace and independent adulthood.

We spent many years creating informal social events for autistic young people and became very conscious that most youth services (specifically funded, facilitated social opportunities) end when education ends.

Few services exist for intellectually-typical young adults, where they are supported, and inspired by autistic and similarly neurodivergent mentors and role models.

For more information, visit our Youth Hub website or join our Discord server.


A group of autistic young adults aged 16-30: artists, gamers, performers, analysts, illustrators, activists, writers, students and more. We co-produce spaces and events specifically for others like us who don’t have additional intellectual (learning) disabilities. We also just hang out.

Social, creative opportunities, peer support for education, work, LGBTQIA+ and life in general. As a collective, everyone has a say. Help build it or just hang out.

No formal diagnosis needed: self-diagnosed & those still exploring their neurodivergence are welcome.

We are physically based in Croydon, doing stuff in Sutton and Merton too. Our members live and work across South West London (and beyond).

We’re always recruiting for Advisory Group volunteers.

If that’s not your thing, but you’d still like to get involved, you could:

And if you’d like to stay in touch: