What Do We Do?

Autism Anglia is a regional charity which provides a wide range of autism specific services to children, adults, families and professionals. What we do...Read more

Terms and Conditions

A summary of the terms of use for this site and the conditions and licensing for reproductionRead more

Accessibility

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Fundraising Events

Autism Anglia's own events are designed to raise both vital funds for our charitable work and greater awareness and understanding of autism.Read more

Story/testimonial tips

Tell the most inspiring stories of your beneficiaries to inspire visitors to your site. You can use quotes/summaries elsewhere on your site and/or link to individual case study pages.Read more

Fundraise for us

Fundraising is crucial to ensure we can continue to develop and expand our services now and in the future. Anyone and everyone can fundraise - individuals, groups, schools, businesses, the list is endless! Start fundraising...Read more

CQC and Ofsted Inspections

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Newsletters

Here you will find newsletters from the past year, which gives you an insight into life within Autism Anglia.Read more

Our History

A history of Autism Anglia and it's predecessors from the 1970's to today.Read more

Getting a Diagnosis

The pathways to getting an assessment for autism vary greatly between areas so below you will find guidance on how the process may look when you start. Rest assured if you need advice the Autism Advice Team are here to talk it through with you... Find out more about getting a diagnosis...Read more

Autism Alliance

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About Autism

Autism is a developmental condition which affects the function of the brain. It affects the way that someone interacts with and relates to other people, and for someone with autism, the world can be a confusing, unpredictable and sometimes scary place...Read more

Volunteer

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Training

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Payroll COTY

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Hold Your Own Event

From coffee mornings and quizzes, through to zumbathons and cycle rides, there is no end to the wonderful events that our supporters put on to raise money for Autism Anglia. Here you will find information that will help you organise your own fundraising activity...Read more

Legacy

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Give As You Live

There are lots of ways in which you can raise money for Autism Anglia through your everyday activities...Read more

Bespoke Training

Autism Anglia is proud to host forward-thinking conferences throughout East Anglia, focussing on developing research, neurodiversity and practical acceptance and support strategies.Read more

Training Overview

At Autism Anglia we offer four CPD-accredited training courses as well as offering bespoke in-house training at your place of work.Read more

Example booking

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Getting help

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Outreach

Help is only help if it does what you need... Find out more about Outreach...Read more

Essex

All of the residential properties provided are individualised to the needs of the people we support to ensure a homely and welcoming feel.Read more

Doucecroft School

Doucecroft School in Colchester is an autism-specific day and residential school for children aged 3-19 years.Read more

Norfolk

All of the residential properties provided are individualised to the needs of the people we support to ensure a homely and welcoming feel.Read more

Sensory Processing

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Welfare Rights Advice

Do you have questions relating to benefits? Our Welfare Rights Officer is here to help...Read more

Behaviour

People on the autism spectrum may display behaviours that challenge. These behaviours may sometimes seem to come out of nowhere but it is often ways of communicating that something is wrong. It could be caused by hunger, thirst, temperature too hot or too cold, pain or discomfort, boredom or over-stimulation...Read more