Leeds’ Free Advocacy and Information Service for Autistic Adults

Leeds Autism AIM is a free service for autistic adults in the Leeds area who receive little or no funded support. We are part of The Advonet Group, an independent advocacy charity in Leeds.

Leeds Autism AIM’s Services


We can support you to communicate your needs and help you to understand and stand up for your rights.

Information and Signposting

Whether it’s through our drop-ins, one-to-one or online, we provide information and signposting to you.


We produce free resources for you that can help with such things as accessing health services and expressing your feelings.


We are running a project to provide fortnightly post-diagnostic support sessions to autistic adults in Leeds.


We provide mentoring services to autistic adults in Leeds with little or no support who would benefit from some independent, autism-specific support.

One-to-One Peer Support

This is support from an autistic member of staff to help you understand your autism and create life strategies.

Autistic-led Groups

We run autistic-led peer groups online and in person. These are run every month either at our Hub, on Zoom or Discord.

Lovell Autism Hub

Twice a week, we run sessions for booked appointments and groups at the Lovell Park Hub in Leeds.

Leeds Autism AIM News

  • Published On: 12 June 2024

    Our Co-Design, Feedback and Review Group will meet this month to look at a document, supporting people to get development information when going for an assessment. This will help with assessments such as the autism diagnostic process.

    The Group will also be looking at:

    • A request for developmental information support letter
    • Staggering information sent to new […]
  • Published On: 28 May 2024

    Next month, the Leeds Autism Reference Group will be looking at the new Leeds Adult Autism Strategy at its’ next online meeting. The Autism Strategy is a document that lists plans for how local services aim to improve the lives of autistic adults living in Leeds. A strategy was last published for 2017-2022 and can […]

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Our Funders

NHS West Yorkshire Integrated Care Board
The National Lottery Community Fund
Live Well Leeds

Leeds Autism AIM is funded by grants from the NHS West Yorkshire Integrated Care Board (formerly Leeds NHS Clinical Commissioning Group), The National Lottery Community Fund and Live Well Leeds.