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Are you looking to join an organisation where people we support are at the heart of our work? Learning from and with people we support to achieve their ambitions can be a rewarding role. If you join our team, you will get to know the autistic people we work with as individuals, learn to listen, share their aspirations and work alongside them to achieve their goals. We are currently looking for more great people to join our teams. Join us and we will support you to achieve your career ambitions, providing lots of opportunities for training, development and progression.

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For adults

We deliver a broad range of services that enhance quality of life. We believe in being aspirational for people we work with, supporting them to develop new skills, build connections and reach personal goals. Our teams are passionate about getting to know each individual and their loved ones, which allows us to plan tailored support and experiences, empowering autistic people and their families to grow in confidence and enjoy a greater quality of life.

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For young people

Acting early and gaining specialist support can help an autistic child communicate, play, and learn from the world now and for the future. Each autistic child will have a unique journey. By providing individualised support, which helps them to understand their differences and value their strengths, we help each child we work alongside to find their own path and achieve their ambitions. For us, this starts with education, whether that be at school or through flexible education and work experience in the community.

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Fundraising

Join the fun. Fundraising enables us to go above and beyond when it comes to delivering additional services, equipment, activities and projects for autistic people. You can find lots of fun ways to get involved on our events page, or simply get in touch to talk about how you or your business would like to support us in your own way. However you decide to take part, your support will make a positive difference.

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Latest News

Volunteers from Lloyds Bank help out at We Grow

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Testimonial

We received this letter from a person we support and wanted to share it in acknowledgement of our amazing staff teams

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Autism Initiatives UK has been awarded £35,000 by Postcode Community Trust

This wonderful windfall presented at social enterprise A Great Little Place will help support young autistic people with work placements.

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Autism Initiatives team take on the 3 Peaks Challenge

Autism Initiatives’ Service Manager, Carl Mitchell, took on the National 3 Peaks Challenge with friends Paul Melton, Lee Wardle and Kyle Jones.

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People's Ford Pie in the face fundraiser

As part of National Autism Acceptance Week 2024, the People’s Ford team came together for a fundraising event across all of their Scottish dealerships.

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How Special Olympics horse Rider Nayeem turned his hand to Art

Nayeem uses our services in Southport, where he lives a busy and active life filled with lots of interests and hobbies; from horse riding to creating art.

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Robert rocks out at Genesis concert in Glasgow

Robert uses our services in Edinburgh and is a huge Genesis fan. He recently got to live out his dream of seeing the band perform live in concert at Glasgow with Support Worker Simba.

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A Great Little Place hopes to retain title of ‘Café of the Year’ in 2024

It’s time to cast your vote for A Great Little Place cafe in The Your Southport Stars Awards 2024

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Autism Initiatives services get creative for spring scarecrow competition

This spring, two Autism Initiatives services are taking part in the St Oswald’s Scarecrow Competition.

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Join Highland One Stop Shop's Walk for Autism events

Autism Initiatives Scotland will be celebrating the 11th anniversary of Highland One Stop Shop with two group walks taking place in Inverness on Tuesday 26th March and Tuesday 2nd March.

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