Become a Partner in Change today and help create a better future for people on the autism spectrum.
It’s our vision that every person on the autism spectrum has the support they need to thrive; every opportunity to fulfil their potential; and a supportive, inclusive community to live in.
Partners in Change help make this vision a reality by providing much needed financial support every month, helping us plan and deliver life-changing services long into the future for people of all ages on the autism spectrum.
The need for autism-specific schools and support services is growing rapidly and it is becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with the growing demand. That’s why ongoing support from our Partners in Change is so important
Without tailored educational support, children can fall behind at school, becoming excluded and isolated as a result. Making friends and keeping them can be an ongoing challenge.
As young people become young adults they seek independence and new responsibilities, but without a strong support network in the community they can struggle. Recurring negative experiences can lead to lack of confidence and sometimes depression.
The challenges faced by young people then compound in adulthood, making employment, relationships, and acceptance in the community difficult. As a result, many adults experience isolation, anxiety and confusion in their everyday lives.
Never before have we been so aware of the challenges facing people on the autism spectrum, and never before have we had the chance to act on this knowledge.
With Partners in Change by our side we can continue to break down barriers faced by people on the autism spectrum, and in doing so create a world where no-one on the autism spectrum is left behind.
That's why we need your support.
When you commit to becoming a Partner in Change we’ll send you a welcome pack in the mail, so keep an eye out for it. It’s filled with insights, information and inspiration to show you how your powerful decision is helping to create a better world for individuals on the autism spectrum.