“We support individuals to become valued
citizens within their communities.”
Autism support services covering all of the Councils in the Lothian area including City of Edinburgh, Midlothian, East and West Lothian, and also encompasses the Scottish Borders Council area.
Scottish Autism’s services and initiatives are designed to support individuals throughout their whole life journey whether that is supporting them to attain an academic qualification, helping them pass their driving test, teaching them to get on a bus by themselves, start work for the first time, or even developing a natural talent such as art or music. The tabs below will allow you to read more about some of the services offered in your area.
17d North High Street,
Tel: 0845 300 9274
Lothian and Borders Area offers Outreach Support across The City of Edinburgh, The Lothians and The Borders area. Scottish Autism staff have experience of supporting individuals to live independently within their communities. We support individuals to be valued citizens through meaningful inclusion within the community.Find out more
We were delighted when one
of those we supported passed
Scottish Autism offers day support to individuals within our Autism Resource Centre based in Musselburgh. .Individuals are supported by staff who are trained to understand an individual's needs and how to maximize their potential and help them enjoy new experiences.Find out more
Scottish Autism are delighted to be partnering with Queen Margaret University.
Based in Dalkeith, Parkside provides 24/7 care and support to five individuals. There are two flats within the resource, one supporting three individuals and the other supporting two. Each individual is supported and encouraged to develop their own programme of activities.Find out more
We encourage individuals to participate in regular discussion meetings about the service they receive.
Hilton House, Alloa Business Park,
Whins Road, Alloa, FK10 3SA
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Registered in Scotland No. 81123
Scottish Charity No. SC 009068
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