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Life presents challenges to all of us from time-to-time and it's on these occasions that the right knowledge coupled with the appropriate support can make all the difference in how you cope.  Autism Anglia believes that individuals, families and professionals should have access to the information and support they need to enable them to lead fulfilling lives and create positive interactions within their communities.

"A parents, we have great peace of mind knowing that Autism Anglia and the staff have been instrumental in giving our son the very best in life, and hope that it continues to do so long after we have gone"
Parents of an adult we support


"I cannot stress enough how much Doucecroft School and all the wonderful staff have changed not only my son's life, but all of us as a family"
Lisa, parent of a student at Doucecroft


"I have always been impressed by the way my son is looked after. The care which he is shown is not only professional but very loving. He is treated not just as a client whose particular needs must be seen to, but as a human being who has his own dignity and rights which must be respected"
Parent of an adult we support in our Residential Service


"Without your service I am sure that my family wouldn’t be a whole unit anymore. Just keep going as you are, you all do a wonderful job."
Praise from a parent.

Choose the kind of support most appropriate to your circumstances from the links on this page and start exploring how Autism Anglia can help you change lives for the better.  Support is available ...

You can find out more about the charity by browsing the website; areas that might interest you include about autism, how you can get involved, or to find out what has been going on recently try the annual review or follow our social media pages - Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.


If you would like to receive further information
there are a range of factsheets that you can download
or alternatively please contact us, phone 01206 577678
or email info@autism-anglia.org.uk