Empowering People, Launching lives
Read stories from people with autism, their families and the people who work with them.
9th August 2022
1 min read
Take a look at some top tips for making your workplace more inclusive: from accessible interviews to support at work.
Employment, Top tips
15th July 2022
Here's how Sophia, 7, raised an incredible £784 by not saying a word... all to support her brother and children like him
Contributor: Fundraiser, Staff
30th June 2022
Robert, our intern, shares his own personal experiences of school and how neurodiversity can be better supported in the classroom.
13th June 2022
Starting a new school year can be a difficult time for autistic children. Here are some great tips for parents and teachers to ease the transition.
Top tips, Transitions
31st March 2022
Flexibility is needed, now more than ever, to ensure that autistic people are given the opportunities to access meaningful employment
A job gives me a purpose to get up in the mornings
For World Autism Acceptance Week, we spoke to our interns to find out what barriers they have faced in the past and why employment is important to them.
20% of parents reported their child had been informally excluded at least once in the last two years
30th March 2022
This week we’re challenging people to think about how they can help change some of the national statistics that exist for autistic children and young adults.
28th March 2022
We spoke to Alison, a BeyondAutism parent, about her fight to secure educational provision for her son, Elliott.
We need to create a culture where accessing the right education is the starting point
12th November 2021
How many more reports and surveys need to be generated before school communities collectively seek solutions
22nd September 2021
Everyone deserves the opportunity to access meaningful employment. Working has a positive effect on the
12th May 2021
Ever since I was a little girl ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ by Lewis Carroll has been my favourite novel.
30th April 2021
In this blog I will discuss the challenges that people with autism who are also LGBTQ+ can face and how being part of both groups can cause challenges on their own.
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