Supporting Adults with Asperger Syndrome or
High Functioning Autism

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Welcome to Assert Brighton & Hove

Old West Pier in Brighton

Assert supports adults in Brighton and Hove with Asperger syndrome and High Functioning Autism

Asperger syndrome (AS) and High Functioning Autism (HFA) are forms of Autism which is a lifelong condition that affects how a person makes sense of the world, processes information and relates to and communicates with others.

AS and HFA are hidden conditions which means that you can’t tell that someone has them from their outward appearance. People with AS and HFA often have above average intelligence and the condition is known as a ‘spectrum condition’ as it affects people in different ways and to varying degrees.

Many individuals with the condition reach adulthood without a diagnosis or their needs being met as AS and HFA do not fit neatly into any category of Statutory Service Provision.

Assert aims to:

Support adults with Asperger Syndrome or High Functioning Autism and their parents, partners or carers by providing advice, information, resources, education, social inclusion, volunteering opportunities and support to improve wellbeing and reduce isolation.

We also seek to raise awareness of the condition, including the many positive aspects.

Assert is a member led organisation; both individuals and organisations can become members of Assert and support the work that we undertake.

Registered charity number 1099257

  • Assert AGM 2018

    Published on: March 1, 2018

    We would like to invite Assert members and service users to our AGM for 2018. The AGM will take place on Tuesday 17th April at 7.30pm at Community Base in the Conference Room. This will be an opportunity to have an up-date on Assert's services over the past 12 months,

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  • Assert Annual day trip

    Published on: November 1, 2017

    The Assert annual day trip took place on Thursday 26th November to Arundel Castle. It was a fantastic day where we got to enjoy visiting the castle, the gardens and watching battle reenactments and archery displays. Thanks to everyone who attended.

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