A year of fundraising efforts by Progress to Excellence Ltd has resulted in almost £10,000 being donated to Autism Together.
A warm welcome to the new year - and what a year it's going to be. In 1968 a group of forward-thinking parents formed the Wirral Society for Autistic Children. Fifty years later, in 2018, we've got a new name and several hundred more staff, but the original pioneering spirit of our founders remains intact.
Charity Autism Together and autism campaigner Anna Kennedy OBE have joined forces to bring the Autism's Got Talent Roadshow, a live show celebrating the diverse talents of children and adults with autism, to Merseyside.
Merseyside charity Autism Together has published an open letter to David Lidington, MP, the Secretary of State for Justice. The letter challenges the Ministry of Justice to give legal recognition to 'mate crime', the bullying and manipulation of vulnerable people by so-called friends, and to give police, social services and courts the power to tackle it.
A group of Autism Together service users and support workers were the first people to try out the brand new sensory room during Liverpool FC's (LFC) fixture against Southampton on Saturday 18 November.
Autism Together has teamed up with Cheshire Autism Practical Support (ChAPS), Merseyside Police and Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service to launch the new ‘Autism Attention Card’ – a personal card designed to ensure people on the spectrum are given appropriate support by emergency services.
Mayor of Wirral Councillor Ann McLachlan met with members of Autism Together's Bounce 25 team this week to present them with their official Guinness World Record certificates.
Wirral charity Autism Together will once again hold its annual Christmas grotto with Santa and his elves, this year with a change of venue to its own garden centre in Bromborough Pool village. Santa and his elves are working really hard to ensure the grand opening of the magical grotto can take place on 2 December 2017.