Keighley Hub

Bringing Autistic adults together

A Service for People with Autism

The Keighley Autism Hub is a weekly informal service, funded by Bradford Council.

At the Autism Hub you can get information and guidance from our experienced staff team and share experiences and coping strategies with other adults with an Autism Spectrum Condition who live in the Keighley district.

Skills and Strategies

At the Hub you will have the chance to learn more about your diagnosis and learn social and communication skills, coping skills and strategies to help you get the most out of life.

What will happen at the Autism Hub?

We know everyone with Autism is different, so we help people to learn new skills in different ways. The topic for each session is decided by the people who attend, and we can also invite guest speakers.

At the Keighley Autism Hub we can talk through any personal issues you may have and help you with:

Friendships and building social networks

Build confidence

Understanding Autism

Supporting each other, share skills and experiences

Connecting to other services

Preparing for employment

Where is the Keighley Hub?

The Hub is located at the Central Hall building in Keighley, West Yorkshire.

When is the Keighley Hub?

The Hub takes place every Thursday, 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Learn More

If you have any questions regarding the Hub, or would like to book an appointment, please send our Hub team an email or give us a call – we will be happy to help!

An invidivual with autism using a laptop to improve their skills.

The Keighley Autism Hub is funded by Bradford Council

See our other Hubs in Calderdale