Empowering People, Launching lives
If you missed any of our posts on social media throughout the week, you can catch up on everything here!
This year our focus has been on acceptance and what we can be doing as a society to be more inclusive for people with autism. Throughout the week we shared tips that you can use to be more supportive of people with autism as well as celebrating pupil achievements.
Download some of our top tips for creating a more inclusive society.
We launched our newly redeveloped About Autism section on the website. We’ve completely revamped this area of the site to include more information about autism, communication and education with some key information for families and professionals. Check out the new pages today.
With song club’s community performance postponed we looked back at a previous World Autism Awareness Week performance.
Out There Art Fair
Understanding a learner’s interests and passions can help break down barriers and create endless possibilities. One of our students’ passion for art led to an opportunity for her to exhibit her artwork at The Out There Art Fair earlier in the year.
How you can help
These are challenging times for us all. Unfortunately we had to cancel a number of events that we had planned during the week and with increased pressure on grant-making Trusts and Foundations our fundraising will be significantly affected. Your support is more important than ever as we try and raise voluntary income to support our projects. Find out how you can help us from the comfort of your own home.
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