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Scottish Autism

Enabling people living with autism in Scotland through the whole life journey

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Scottish Autism is an organisation dedicated to enriching the lives of people with autism.

We are the largest provider of autism-specific services in Scotland and a leading authority and advocate for good autism practice. We exist to help those diagnosed with autism to lead full and enriched lives and become valuable members of the community they live in. We also seek to share our knowledge and expertise with parents, carers and other professionals in order to support the development of skills and strategies needed to provide the best care and support for people with autism.



News

Funding Boost from Clydesdale Spirit of the Community Awards

We have been awarded a funding boost of £5,000 through the Clydesdale Bank Spirit of the Community Awards to recognise the important role we play in our local community.

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Blog

Autism Awareness Month 2015

From online campaigns, to TV appearances and events around the country, here is a roundup of what we got up to during Autism Awareness Month this year…

What volunteering means to me

Our Lanarkshire One Stop Shop Manager, Jenni Roberts, caught up with some of our volunteers to find out what volunteering means to them.

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Pin Badge

Sturdy metal, silver effect Pin Badge. Makes an excellent Wedding Favour.

Price: £1.00

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Resources

Eating

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Good Sleep Routines

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.@EDI_Airport have some great resources on their website for preparing individuals with autism for their journey: http://t.co/eS1Waug4eC

Have you seen our summer newsletter yet? It's packed full of news & updates and you can read it on our website: http://t.co/DtRpvU1pNp

RT @MarcoBiagiMSP: Now that's a cake. 10 years of the Number 6 One Stop Shop of @AutismInit, in central Edinburgh and going strong. http://…

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What's On

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Bungee Jump

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Lothian Open Day - Autism Resource Centre

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Coming Up

Cycle Edinburgh to London
2014 was a huge year for cycling in the UK with the most famous cycling event on the planet the Tour de France. The Edinburgh to London Cycle is an epic challenge and the route takes in some areas and sections of the Tour de France route in Yorkshire and Cambridgeshire so you can experience some of this on your epic journey between the two capital cities. The route covers just under 460 miles in five days of cycling through the rugged fells of Cumbria to one of Britain’s best loved National Parks, the Yorkshire Dales, and onto the flat land of Lincolnshire and quaint villages of Cambridgeshire. Participants pay a deposit of £199 then have to pledge to raise a minimum of £1200.
1st July 2015

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Help & Advice

Talk to an advisor about Autism related issues, call:

01259 720044
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