The Spectra Project

Supporting Neurodivergence & Spectrum Conditions

The Spectra Project is based in Callington, Cornwall (UK) and is a local project supporting Neurodiversity and spectrum conditions (such as Autism, ADHD, OCD, Tourette’s. DCD/Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, GDD, FASD, Trauma). Although our target audience is Families and children, we still offer support for all demographics.

If you think we could help you in anyway, please do contact us (our details our below).

We currently run meetings every month for adults who are:

  • Neurodivergent or have a spectrum condition(s) themselves
  • Supporting someone who has Neurodiversity or has a spectrum condition(s)
  • Looking to learn more about Neurodiversity and spectrum conditions

We offer 2 different types of meetings

1) A coffee morning – a place to come, talk and un-wind with others who ‘get it’ over a hot drink, biscuits and cake.

2) Evening discussion groups- a place to explore, learn and discuss a topic, share opinions and experiences, and ask any questions you may have. A different topic is set for each month and an information booklet will be available for you to take home.

We have lots of exciting developments underway and our services will be expanding. We are about to register as a Community Interest Company (CIC) which will allow us to apply for funding. We hope to offer sessions for children & young people, counselling/life-coaching for young adults & adults, talks from agencies, training courses and have a ‘hub’ that you can visit for support or advice.

If you would like more information on The Spectra Project, would like any of our resources or want to get in touch, you can find us at:


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Q What does The Spectra Project do?

We offer support, advice and information to help people navigate their spectrum journey. If there is anything you need support with please do contact us - we do our very best to help; whether that be ourselves or helping you find the person who can.

We bring a community of people together who 'get it'. We allow you to feel understood, accepted and heard.

Your voice is incredibly important to us, especially as we begin to deliver our services. The Spectra Project is committed to meeting the individual needs of each member within the communities they serve. Let us know what it is you need.