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Autism is a lifelong neurological condition that is ‘hidden’ from the naked eye. LAS provides essential support and daily living skills for people with a diagnosis of autism. LAS supports service users across the whole of the autism spectrum- from people with complex, co-morbid needs to individuals who live independently in the community.

We are a registering charity and our budgets are getting tighter and tighter every year. As time progresses, the need for more of our income to come through funding and donations also increases. Without funding and your donations we will cease to exist/ not able to provide a service.

Without help from LAS some very vulnerable people often marginlised in society would be finding life extremely challenging and rather miserable.

The world can be a frightening place for people on the autism spectrum and without support they would become more isolated and it would be very likely to exacerbabate mental health problems.  

LAS supports service users with life skills, communication and social skills. Daily living skills can include essential support with: using public transport, accessing the community, shopping, cooking - plus many more. We offer a person-centered approach to care. Some service users with complex needs also requires support with personal care.

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