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Autistic Adults Peer Support Network

Fife One Stop Shop

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Our One Stop Shop supports hundreds of people across Fife every year. From emotional support to understanding an autism diagnosis to support with transitions; the team are here to offer advice to autistic people, their families, friends and professionals. 

​The Autistic Peer Support Network is for autistic adults 18+ throughout Fife. The group is led by an autistic staff member and provides a relaxed and friendly space for peer support and general discussion and an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

If you have not had contact with the One Stop Shop previously, and would like to chat to the group host or arrange a visit to the One Stop Shop before you come to the group, please contact us at or telephone 01592 645350.  

To find out more email 

Meet the Host - Ross Parker, Community Advisor

Ross has been a Community Advisor at Scottish Autism since October 2021 and recently joined the One Stop Shop in July 2023. Previous to this, Ross had 10 years of experience as a Support Worker. Ross was diagnosed as autistic at the age of 19 and has a Master’s Degree in Autism Studies and an Undergraduate Degree in Social Sciences.

In his current role, Ross works at the Fife One Stop Shop. Alongside providing support to families of autistic young people through the Flourish programme, Ross also leads the Autistic Adult Peer Support Network in Fife. Providing both online and in-person support to autistic individuals, parents and carers. He also provides training to businesses and professionals via Scottish Autism’s external training programme.

Ross’s key interests are in helping autistic adults navigate their place within the autistic community and using his own experiences to develop and provide training.

Tuesday, July 9, 2024 - 19:00 to 20:30

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Date: Tuesday 9th July 2024

Time: 7pm - 8.30pm

Location: Online, via Zoom
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Maximum number of attendees: 8