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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

Christmas 2014 - Max's Story

This Christmas we want to share with you a special story about a family who have benefitted from our Advice Line.

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Blog

Sarah at The Fringe

Sarah is supported in our Lothian Outreach Service and is a big fan of comedy shows. This summer she saw several gigs at the Edinburgh Fringe and shares her reviews of them with us!

My brother, Luke

Hannah Farquhar shares her experience of growing up with a brother who has autism.

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Missed the 2nd class posting deadline? Not to worry, you can still send one of our e-cards to your loved ones! http://t.co/fcFLbzHpdS

Festive fun at our school last week - lots of yummy treats & handmade goodies! Check out the pics here: http://t.co/SXctJ3rJ9X

In case you missed it, you can take a look at our December e-newsletter here: http://t.co/7Je2EhjiE7

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Coming Up

Brian Sells EP to raise money
Brian Curran is an acoustic singer/song writer who's roots are firmly placed in the Punk / DIY Scene. The EP is called 'The Triad of Impairments Part I - Imagination and is available from the below link. The Triad of Impairments Part II - Communication will be out in July and The Triad of Impairments Part III - Interaction out in November, with funds also going to Scottish Autism.
31st December 2014

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