Schools Out! Hello everyone With the schools about to break up for the summer holidays, we know that routines are going to be changed and, for some people with autism, this [...]
We’re autism friendly! Wagamama and Funtime Mascots celebrate their autism-friendly status Six organisations from across Merseyside met last week to receive formal recognition of their Autism Champion status. They join more [...]
Save the date – Sunday 30 June Our famous Summer Fun Day will be back at Thornton Hough Village Hall It’ll be even more fun than last year. Extras include shows [...]
The Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) Review of restraint, prolonged seclusion and segregation for people with a mental health problem, a learning disability or autism was published yesterday as an interim report. As an organisation [...]
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.
Charity Autism Together has launched a £2.5m appeal to fund a ‘game-changing’ high-tech project with the potential to transform the care of those with severe autism.
An allegation has been made that one of our residents was abused during an incident at a residential unit on the night of 2 January 2018. We take any allegations extremely seriously. We have [...]