Autism Norfolk Forum is a place for autistic people of all ages and their families, along with anyone with an interest in autism, to engage with each other. It’s a place where you can share your experiences of autism in the knowledge that it will inform current and future priorities of the Norfolk Autism Partnership Board. At Forums you can get updates from members of the Board to about its ongoing work.

It was formerly known as the Norfolk Autism Partnership Group, and was renamed the Autism Norfolk Forum in October 2019.

To attend the Forum you need to become a member of the Norfolk Autism Partnership. To become a partnership member visit get involved or come along to a forum and sign up on the day.

Dates of next Autism Norfolk Forums

VCSE (Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise) Special

Tuesday 21st September 2021

Venue:

The Vernon Castle Room, The Millenium Libary, The Forum Norwich,  NR2 1TF

Time: 11:00-13:00

Visual Directions to the Vernon Castle Room

Agenda For the Autism Norfolk Forums

You can access the Norfolk Autism Forums both in person and Virtually using Zoom. By doing this we hope as many people from across the county will be able to join us

You do not need to register to join us in person but to recieve the link for the zoom meeting we require you to register.

We have reached capacity for Face to Face attendance. You can still join us Virtually, please register using the button below.

To view the Norfolk Autism Terms of Reference please go to Governance pages.

There will be a quiet room available for anyone who needs it.

We do our best not to change the dates and times of the forums but sometimes we might have to move or cancel a meeting.
To keep up to date, check this page or contact us.

Norfolk Autism Forum Meeting Notes

To view the notes of the Norfolk Autism Forum please click here.

To view the Norfolk Autism Forums terms of reference please go to governance.

"We established the Norfolk Autism Partnership Board in 2018 to work to a local agenda set by autistic people, their families and carers that gives them a voice and responds to their local needs and challenges."
James Bullion – NAPB Co-Chair