WHO WE ARE
Making Change Possible
We are a not-for-profit organisation supporting the needs of autistic people and their families, raising awareness and understanding from different perspectives, outreaching also to the Africa, Caribbean, Asian, and Minority Ethnic Communities (ACAME) and Dual Heritage Communities in tackling the taboos and myths around Autism.
We host a range of activities and events looking at the needs of the family.
Supported by Autistic People and Specialists.
OUR AIMS & OBJECTIVES
Cultural Diversity is the key to making a difference amongst all individuals, communities, faith groups, and organisations by bridging the gap between parents and professionals with support from Autistic Specialists and Autistic Adults.
To inspire, empower, share information and build a network in providing ongoing support pertaining to the well-being and lifestyle of parents and carers with autistic children or adults
Pre-natal and post-natal workshops
Provide support for fathers and single fathers to share similar experiences together.
Provide a support service within the school setting, which outreach to the hard-to-reach parents/carers who may be in denial and/or lacking understanding of the condition
Increase awareness by all means that our local community and businesses will lead to more personal involvement, understanding, and more cultural, educational and social activities, which will create a better community and a better place for those living with Autism, ADHD and PDA
Provide information, resources and tailor-made packages for Faith Groups and establishments
Work in partnership with individuals and organisations that deal with Youth Services within the Criminal Justice System.
National Autistic Society
Leading autism charity providing up to date information relating to autism.
Leading charity in Pathological Demand Avoidance
Symbols and words tool.
Learning Disability and Autism
Stopping over medication of people with a learning disability, autism or both (STOMP)