Trust for Autism
(1) To establish supported residential centres for children and people with autistic spectrum conditions in association with local Housing Associations which cater for their special needs.
(2)To train adults with autism in Day Centres so that they may be able to secure and retain employment.
March 2011 - December 2011
TRUST INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR ALL
Filling the Black hole. Once Autistic kids leave school there are to few places for them to go and little or no chance of training for adult life and jobs-Limbo in fact. the few Day Centres do a terrific job but we need more and even our small charity can help.
By increasing the awareness of the carers and of the general public in the ways in which they may support people with autism.
By sharing information and experience within the community of those involved in the business of supporting and working with people with autism and associated special needs.
Activities» Desktop Publishing
Success will be...raising funds
Helping to create more places in post school daycentres
The government cuts
Budget - Project Cost: £120,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £120,000 12 Art workshops Holding twelve art workshops for local school children
Hoffmann Daycentre and The Bridge School Training Centre
Our work is all done 'pro bono'
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Jennifer Horne-Roberts, Barrister. Www.Horne-Roberts.Co.Uk
Keith Roberts, Architect, Www.Nicework.Co.Uk
3 art lessons
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