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Reach out to Dundee's new information,
advice and support hub for autistic adults

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Dundee Connections

We have launched a brand new information, advice and support hub in Dundee, Connections. As part of the Dundee Health and Social Care Partnership, Connections provides information and support for adults who identify as autistic, at any point of your journey.

Connections’ Community Advisors provide advice and support to autistic people with or without a diagnosis, either in person or virtually. The service will also provide peer support groups, and can direct you to community social activities and other support services in your local area.

Our approach places individuals at the centre of the work we do. Every enquiry we receive is dealt with individually and confidentially, with support and advice tailored to meet your needs. We collaborate with partner organisations across Dundee and Tayside so if we can’t help, we will try to signpost you to someone who can. See a directory of local services and support by clicking below.

Some of the services Connections provides are:

  • Advice and Support Service – Available by Phone or Email
  • One-to-one appointments in person or virtually
  • Peer Support Groups
  • Drop In Sessions
  • Social Activities
  • Support and advice to access services in you local area and nationally - See our Directory of Support below

Directory of Support

Starting the week commencing Monday 22nd July, we are holding Advice Drop In sessions on a weekly basis. This is a space to talk through any questions that you may have or to simply come in for a chat with one of our Community Advisors about any topics that you would like to discuss. 

Advice Drop In slots are held at our office at 45 North Lindsay Street in Dundee as follows:

  • Mondays at 1pm - 3pm
  • Thursdays at 10am until 12pm
  • Monthly Saturday Advice Drop In slot coming soon too!

We are launching a Dundee Connections Autistic Adult Peer Support Network. This is a space for autistic adults 18+ throughout Dundee. 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.

These events are held at our office at 45 North Lindsay Street in Dundee as follows:

If you have not had contact with Dundee Connections previously, we would recommend you making contact with the group host beforehand so that we can tell you a bit more about the group, and also consider any access needs. To find out more, please email us at or call 03030 034 020.  

Who can get support

Adults living in Dundee can get in touch with Connections directly by calling 03030 034 020, emailing or submit an enquiry.

What to expect when phoning Connections

We've created a handy document detailing what to expect when getting in touch with our team via phone. Click here to read.

What to expect when visiting Connections

We've created a document with photographs to help you to prepare for your visit to Connections. Click here to see more.

Parking at Connections

Please note that we have no designated car park for use when attending Connections. The nearest available parking is on street or the NCP carparks on North Lindsay Street and Willison Street. Please adhere to any parking time limits, restrictions or fees.

The service is around a 10-15 minute walk from Dundee's bus and train stations.

Parking Info for Dundee


The Dundee Connections and Scottish Autism's premises on North Lindsay Street is on ground level. Should you have any mobility requirements, please let a member of staff know before attending an appointment, drop in or group so that we can make arrangements for you.


45 North Lindsay Street,
DD1 1PW 


Tel: 03030 034 020

Opening hours: Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm


You can also get in touch with our team by submitting an enquiry below.

Submit An Enquiry

Connections is run by Scottish Autism in partnership with the Dundee Health and Social Care Partnership and NHS Tayside.