The Autism Together fundraising team was delighted to get into the festive spirit this week at the Cheshire Oaks Christmas light switch-on event, after being chosen as the official Christmas charity partner for the designer outlet.
It’s our birthday. Today is a special day at Autism Together. Our charity is fifty years old. Since 1968 we’ve been here in Merseyside, working with people on the autism spectrum and their families.
Christmas can be a magical time, but if someone in your family is on the spectrum, there’s extra pressure to get it right. These simple pointers may help.
Autism Together’s Autism Gold Awards were held at the Shankly Hotel in Liverpool city centre last Friday night, to mark our 50th birthday.
An award-winning show garden from the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show has been donated to Bromborough Pool Garden Centre, to encourage mindfulness and relaxation for Service Users and staff.
Three unsung heroes from Merseyside have been nominated to win a new Community Hero award which recognises the work done by members of the public who go above and beyond to help those on the autism spectrum.
Today, The Times and other media have highlighted a horrific case in which a woman with autism in care was reportedly allowed to have high-risk sex with numerous men – including strangers, and in public – in order to help her allegedly ‘’learn from her mistakes”.
Eight staff from Autism Together have been recognised for their excellent work and dedication to the charity’s services by being shortlisted for the charity’s first ever staff excellence awards.
Three Liverpool organisations have reached the finals of a brand new award scheme celebrating the work of the city’s many Autism Champions.
We’re pleased to announce the finalists in three categories of our Autism Gold Awards. The winners will be unveiled at our Rose Gold Gala Ball at the Shankly hotel, Liverpool, on 2 November.