We are committed to supporting the National Autistic Society; the leading Autism Charity.
Our multidisciplinary team have extensive knowledge and experience in working with children and adults with Autism, and understand how it important it is that people with Autism and their families access the support and advice they need.
The National Autistic Society provide a fantastic range of services to people with Autism, their families, carers, educators, and professionals. Their work includes:
- Providing information, advice and advocacy services
- Training for carers and professionals
- Providing specialist school settings for people with Autism
- Providing residential and care services for people with Autism
- Providing Respite and out of school services for children with Autism
- Supporting people with Autism to develop and get into employment
We want a world where all people living with autism get to lead the life they choose.
NAS envisage that everyone living with autism:
- Will get the support, education and training they need
- Can live with dignity and as independently as possible
- Feel part of their community and wider society
- Are understood by all professionals who support them
- Are respected for who they are by a knowledgeable public.
NAS are committed to transforming understanding of autism, and making sure everyone living with autism gets the support they need.
- They provide the best possible education and support.
- They share their learning and experience.
- They have a skilled and committed workforce.
- They involve, inform and empower people living with autism.
- They champion the rights and interests of people living with autism.
Vision and mission statements taken from autism.org.uk
If you or someone you know have Autism and you would like free impartial advice and information then you can contact the National Autistic Society today:
Supporting the National Autistic Society
If you are interested in supporting the NAS by volunteering or donating visit their site today and help make a difference to people with Autism and their families today.
You can follow the NAS on:
- Twitter: @Autism
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/NationalAutisticSociety