The thoughtfulness and generosity of people just like you help us to make a huge difference to the lives of those people we support - thank you so much.
Support provided by Autism Initiatives is defined by our organisational philosophy and an understanding of how each person's autism uniquely impacts on their lives.
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.
All our services are person centred and focused on achieving outcomes for the people that we support.
Our expectation is that people with autism can learn and develop and we support this process every single day. We will create unique services for people to enable them to have ownership of their own lives and future.
The Dignity Tree Continues to Grow at Ingot House
1st February saw staff and service users from Autism Initiatives celebrate Dignity Action Day at Ingot House in Warrington at a special afternoon Dig-net-Tea event.
It was a lovely afternoon with lots of tea, cake and good company. The event was launched by Autism Initiatives Chair of Trustees, Brian Williams.