Scottish Autism is able to help and support children living with autism and their families in many ways. Whether this be in education, learning life skills or just getting more out of participating in activities they enjoy, we are here every step of the way to make their lives more fulfilled and enriched.
Situated in the central belt of Scotland, within four acres of beautiful, wooded grounds, New Struan is an independent day and residential autism school managed by Scottish Autism.Visit the New Struan School site
A state of the art school leading the way in the understanding and support of children with autism.
Our service in Moray offers education and residential support for young people living with autism and other complex needs in partnership with their families.Find out more
Scottish Autism support focuses on the individuals unique strengths and abilities.
At our centre near Biggar we offer flexible, individual support to children and adults with autism and their families and respite care as part of a comprehensive support programme.Find out more
Clannalba is a place dedicated to family support and respite care.
The Oban Saturday Club, established in 2005 as a collaboration between Oban Parents for Children with Autism (OPCA), Argyll and Bute Council, and Scottish Autism. The club meets at the Lorne Resource Centre and supports eight children and young people.Find out more
The staff are brilliant and are always caring and understanding. The club provides a well earned rest for parents and lets my child socialise with others
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