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Autism Atlas

Autism Atlas

ATLAS aims to increase autism awareness and acceptance in local communities across Scotland. They deliver training developed from autistic people’s experiences to createcommunities where autistic people and their carers feel valued, respected and safe. This project will develop and deliver autism training across Scotland and create content for their Facebook page that increases the acceptance

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Autism Understanding Scotland

Autism Understanding Scotland

  Autism Understanding Scotland, formerly the One Stop Shop Aberdeen, provides support for autistic people, their supporters, professionals and the general public. This project will use a humanistic approach to support autistic people, their families and professionals. They will offer counselling sessions, provide employment coaching and support, and create autism understanding training and resources. https://www.autismunderstanding.scot/ 

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Central Advocacy Partners

Central Advocacy Partners

Central Advocacy Partners (CAP) provides multiple advocacy and inclusion services for autistic people and people with learning disabilities in Forth Valley. This project will support the young people in the ‘Autistic’n’Awesome’ group to deliver workshops for other young autistic people, to increase their skills and confidence. centraladvocacypartners.org.uk @centraladvocacy

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Cornerstone Community Care

Cornerstone Community Care

Cornerstone provide care services for people with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs. They use a rights-based, person-centred approach which means that each person’s care is unique and suited to their needs. This project will consult and collaborate with autistic people, to create resources that can make workplaces more accessible and help autistic people to

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HOPE for Autism

HOPE for Autism

        HOPE for Autism support autistic young people and their families to reach their full potential through support/activity groups, transitions planning and training. This project will increase their training and information services, to raise the understanding of autism across Lanarkshire. hopeforautism.org.uk/ @HOPEforAutismNL

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Inspired Community Enterprise Ltd (The Usual Place)

Inspired Community Enterprise Ltd (The Usual Place)

ICET provide training for businesses and young people, as well as work experience and skills development, through their café, for autistic young people, and other young people with additional support needs. This project will build and deliver training for businesses and students in further & higher education. They will support autistic young people to deliver

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Into Work

Into Work

Into Work support autistic people, disabled people, and people with long term health conditions to gain rewarding employment and to thrive in work. This project will further develop and deliver the ‘Autism Works’ training, reaching more employers, offering specialist consultancy support and creating work experience placements for autistic people. intowork.org.uk @IntoWork57

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IWORK4ME

IWORK4ME

  IWork4Me support autistic adults to become self-employed. They offer a coaching service tailored to clients’ needs, helping them to bridge skills gaps and turn existing skills and interests into viable small businesses. This project will employ a dedicated co-ordinator to run the ‘ISPEAK4ME’ programme, empowering autistic people to share their knowledge and experience of

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Perth Autism Support SCIO

Perth Autism Support SCIO

    Perth Autism Support SCIO support autistic children/young people and their families to reach their full potential through training and social, mental health and transitions support. This project will develop an employability programme for autistic teens, offering training to local businesses and facilitating interest-based work experience placements for autistic young people. perthautismsupport.org.uk @Perth_Autism  

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SWAN

SWAN

SWAN (Scottish Women’s Autism Network) works to improve the lives of autistic girls and women in Scotland, and to develop a positive narrative around autism in females. This project will address the barriers faced by autistic women and girls in getting an autism diagnosis and accessing the health care and support they need. They will

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