We provide a range of services and support for individuals with autism and social communication difficulties.
Working in several care settings including residential, home care, supported living, respite and short stay breaks we can offer people with autism meaningful, realistic and achievable training, on the job work experience and valuable life skills and support children, young people and their families understand their autism rich futures.
Our Community and Vocational Services offer fantastic opportunities for people with autism to develop essential skills and reach their full potential using our own specialist facilities or services based in the community.
The main barriers to employment for people with autism are difficulties with communication and social interaction. Many just do to understand the unwritten rules of work and what constitutes acceptable behaviour in the work place.
Perpetrators of mate crime prey on the most vulnerable people in society and do so in the knowledge that these crimes often go unreported. It is morally reprehensible and they are cowards.
Over 16s with autism felt bullied or taken advantage of by someone they had thought was a friend.
Of over 16s felt lonely and left out.
16-25 yr olds have difficulty distinguishing friends from those who bully or abuse.
Help us develop an anti-mate crime campaign
Please would any parents, carers or community members who wish to contribute to the development of an anti-mate crime campaign contact the Rainbow Resource Centre on: 0151 666 9960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.