Autism Hampshire

Autism Hampshire

Charity information

Autism Hampshire

Autism Hampshire (AH) has nearly 50 years expertise in supporting people with autism. It is also one of the only organisations in the region offering direct services to hundreds of individuals, as well as providing community-based support and crisis intervention to over 100 families each year.

AH is an independent, registered charity and its services include Residential Homes, Supported Living, a Day Service for adults and a University Mentoring Programme.

Founded 1971

  • Mission statement

    Our mission is to enable adults and young people with autism, who may also have associated Learning Disabilities, in Hampshire to develop and achieve their full potential by providing and developing person centered services, expert advice, education and support, promoting awareness and understanding of autism and signposting interested parties to information and services that may be of help.

  • Aims

    Autism Hampshire aims to:

    • Deliver the provision of a day service, residential homes, supported living services and domiciliary support services for adults with autism.
    • Provide assistance to people with autism, their parents/carers and others within the wider autism community.
    • Deliver support, advice, information and signposting to people with autism and those connected to people with autism through the activities of our Community Access services.
  • Overview

    Established: January 1971

    Registered Charity Number: 288141

    Board members: 9

    Full time staff: 66

    Part time staff: 135

    Volunteers: 10

    Phone number: 01489 880881

    Address: 1634 ParkwaySolent Business ParkWhiteleyFarehamHampshire PO15 7AH

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