Lets Unite for Autism Limited
We are a happy, friendly, “Not-for-Profit” organisation where Autistic young people are encouraged and supported to learn and achieve.
We believe every child and young person with Autism should be able to live an ordinary life.
Our Mission is to provide people with autism and developmental disabilities the best possible opportunities for lifetime assistance, support and training to help them reach their highest potential for independence, fulfilment and productivity.
Our Aims & Objectives
- The relief of persons suffering from autism, and in particular, but not exclusively, children and young adults) who suffer from learning disabilities; or social or
communication difficulties or disorders which are related to or associated with autism.
- Promote the education, welfare and services (including speech and language therapy, occupational and music therapy) for such persons.
- Providing outreach services and consulting for such persons, their families and carers.
- Relief of burden /stress for parents with children with autism by creating awareness and eliminating stigma that societies attach to autism, who view autism as a source of disappointment, annoyance, shame or worse.
Meet the Team
Highly organised and involved office secretary with a high level of adaptability and ability to be flexible in terms of responsibilities.
Autism Project Manager focusing on very early intervention for children with autism with a view to making transformative life-long changes that would not be possible later.
An exciting opportunity to lead & manage person centred support services that enable people with Autism to live their chosen life in the community, as well as, ensuring service provision meets the needs of the people we support; adheres to regulatory standards and is designed around the preferences of the individual.
Set and drive the delivery of a successful strategy for our users which enables them to get the best service and ensures that they are at the heart of everything our teams do. professional and personal experience of supporting children with Autism and an understanding of the impact hidden impairments may have on learning, confidence and independence. providing effective leadership and ensure good practice and development.