Emma Crabb, Autism Together Awards Co-ordinator Manager reports on a well deserved ceremony for our service users.
The Beathovens is the only band in the UK whose members are all on the autism spectrum and are living in full time care.
Saturday 16th July was the big day for our Family Fun Day at Tranmere Rovers FC and despite the weather being overcast and with the odd threat of rain people came from all corners of the Wirral and beyond to enjoy the event and there was much to enjoy.
Why Liverpool is bidding to become an autism-friendly city. Autism champions around the city are being taught how to recognise the signs that someone may have the condition and how to handle challenging behaviour
Service users and staff at Bromborough Pool Garden Centre, a social enterprise set up by Autism Together, have reported record sales in the last three months due to hard work, quality products and a team mentality where no issue was to much to handle.
A 78 acre community park and wildlife haven created from a landfill site and managed by an autism charity has won a throng of awards and accolades as it approaches its second birthday.
Thanks to all our service users and the staff who helped them make all our beautiful Christmas decorations. From 'pom-pom' Christmas wreaths, gorgeous handmade cards, decorations for the tree, Christmas stockings and lovely ceramic gifts. A [...]
Sunday 13th September saw the 15th Annual Rotary District 1180 Disabled Games take place at MBNA’s Field of Dreams facility. Athletes competed in sixteen different sports, including archery, bowls and cricket. The event began at [...]
On Wednesday the 9th September, Keith Saunders, Narrow Boat Manager from our Health and Well Being Department, formally excepted the Community Waterway Adoption Certificate from Wendy Capelle, (Canal and River Trust Waterway Manager). The event took place [...]