Listings in Autism Charities
This perspective governs our staff approaches and flows through our support activities, and differentiates the organisation from generic learning disability and mental health service providers
1 & 2, Linden House, Beechill Business Park, 96 Be
Belfast, Northern Ireland BT8 7QN
Autism Initiatives is the largest voluntary sector provider of direct support services to children and adults with Autism in Northern Ireland.
Sefton House, Bridle Road, Bootle, Merseyside
Mersyside, England L30 4XR
Welcome to 4us2. We are a charity run by parents / carers of disabled children, working to improve the lives of children and young people with all kinds of disabilities across East Kent
Orchards Attlee Way, Milton Regis, Sittingbourne
Sittingbourne, England ME10 2HE
The Riding for the Disabled Association
Holidays are only available to members of the RDA.
Lavinia Norfolk House Avenue 'R' Stoneleigh Park W
Warwickshire, England CV8 2LY
Centres each in a rural location in Kent, West Sussex, Northants and Scottish Borders. Offers self-contained accommodation generally with the option of catering or self-catering.
Carroty Wood Higham Lane, Tonbridge
Kent, England TN11 9QX
Rugby Autism Network Charity (No. 1167710)
Providing parent-led support to children on the autistic spectrum, their parent/carers and siblings. Provision of equipment. Support meetings, social events, facebook chat and Sign-posting
ADHD Richmond Support Group
ADHD Richmond support parents/carers of children with ADHD in the South-west London area. We hold twice monthly Talks/meetings Visit: https://www.facebook.com/AdhdRichmond/events
the halow project
At the halow project we support young adults (aged 16-35) with a learning disability in and around Surrey. We are committed to developing creative opportunities and removing social barriers and currently supporting over 170 young people.
11 Quarry Street
Guildford, England GU1 3UY
ABA Therapy Sydney - Aspire Early Intervention Services
Aspire Early Intervention offers ABA therapists, undergraduate students who study psychology, speech pathology, occupational therapy, or related course work, teachers and parents the opportunity to gain formal training throughout Sydney.
37/8 Avenue of the Americas
Newington, New South Wales 2127
The collective funding allows private companies, non-profit organizations, schools and universities and public agencies to work together in new and innovative ways to expand employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
1 East 33rd Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10016
New York NY 10016