Here at Bromborough Pool Garden Centre for Autism Together our greenhouses are bursting at the seams with a myriad of colourful plants ready for you to make up your baskets and pots and plant into your borders.
Wirral’s largest taxi firm, Argyle Satellite Taxis, has adopted Autism Together’s Future 50 Appeal, with Future 50 branded taxis being driven across Merseyside.
Port Sunlight River Park, managed by Autism Together on behalf of the Land Trust, has been awarded a £450,000 Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant thanks to National Lottery players.
25/4/2018 Spring has sprung here at Autism Together and we couldn’t be gladder for the fresh air and sunny skies! We have plenty of events and activities for the whole family [...]
Earlier this year we reported that there was an allegation of abuse at one of our residential units. In accordance with our safeguarding procedures, the incident was reported to all the relevant authorities including the police. Autism Together can confirm that the external investigation has now been concluded and there is no further action to be taken.
Autism Together’s chief executive, Robin Bush, is taking on the Lakeland 50 – an ultra 50-mile race across the Lake District, to raise money for the charity’s Future 50 Appeal.
The training encourages social inclusion by mixing non-disabled and disabled players aged 17 years or older, and provides a rugby playing opportunity for individuals who may otherwise not be able to get involved.
A MUSIC event from a Wallasey based voluntary group ‘About Autism’ hopes to raise cash to support a new Future 50 campaign.
The film, ‘Future visions: voices of the autism community’, asks local people living with autism to think ahead to what they would like and hope to achieve in the next fifty years.