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WWA: Women With Autism

Support group for Autistic Women, and Non Binary People

Every Thursday
At New Connections, 
Waverly House, High Street, Fort William


About the Group

What is WWA and why do we meet?

WWA is a support group for Autistic women and non binary people.  WWA is a space to unmask and connect with others who have similar shared experiences, it's a relaxed group where you can share as little or as much as you like.  At our sessions we chat about how our weeks have gone; what's gone well, what's been difficult, we share tips and tricks, new information we've discovered, occasionally we have group activities and guest speakers to spice things up! 


Who is WWA for? 

This group is for women, trans women, and nonbinary people who are on the Autism spectrum.  WWA is open to people who have a diagnosis, who are waiting for a diagnosis, or suspect they are on the Autism spectrum and are potentially interested in pursuing a diagnosis.

How to Attend WWA?

Just show up!  WWA is a warm space eager to welcome new members.  If you aren't sure WWA is right for you you are welcome to pop by just to check it out.  If you have any questions or inquiries about the group please feel to get in touch by emailing:


When does WWA Meet?

Every Thursday from 12pm - 1pm

Do you Need to bring anything to WWA?

Nope! Just your self! Any and all stimming toys are welcome! 

Where does WWA Meet?

We meet at New Connections, Waverley House, High Street, Fort William.   In New Connections we meet in the caffe, directly to the right as you walk in the main door. 

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Group Ground Rules

WWA has a few ground rules to follow while attending the group.  These are in place to ensure that group members have a good time.  Feel free to chat to the group or to email us at New Connections if you think there is anything which should be revised or added to the ground rules!

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If you have any questions or inquiries about the group you can email:

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