Families with autistic children face social isolation & many restrictions to their lives, often resulting in marriage breakdowns & increased domestic violence.
The risk of autistic people suffering mental health problems & committing suicide is far higher than the national average.
There’s still a huge amount of fear & misunderstanding about autism, leading to extreme isolation for autistic adults once they’ve left education.
Offering a variety of free family-based social activities to autistic people of all ages & abilities.
Signposting autistic people and their family members to relevant disability & mental health services.
Providing support & education to increase awareness & promote the inclusion of autistic people.
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Supplying families in crisis with specialist toys, clothing and equipment.
Giving families free tickets to autism-friendly cinema and theatre performances.
Providing online support and counselling through social media and via email.
Hosting autism-friendly character events where everyone is treated equally.
items of specialist equipment given to families
new families to join our free cinema/theatre clubs
autism-friendly character events to be held each year
part time staff members to be hired to allow expansion