Autism NI

Autism NI

Autism NI
Donard, Knockbracken Healthcare Park
Belfast
BT8 8BH
United Kingdom

Sectors

Disability

Autism NI is based in Belfast but works throughout Northern Ireland in training, lobbying and parent support capacities.

Our Mission Statement in brief is to support individuals with Autism and their families and campaigns to raise awareness of Autism within the wider society.

Autism NI's Content

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Fundraiser Outdoor Activity

Autism NI

Let's get 'zippy'! Join Autism NI for an 'action zipped' day and Zip 1000ft across the iconic River Lagan Belfast on Sunday 19th May 2019. Registration: £40 Sponsorship Target: £100 To register, please call 028 9040 1729 (Option 3) or email [email protected] Participants must be aged 16 or over to take part in this challenge and weigh no more than 17 stone.
Belfast
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Fundraiser Outdoor Activity

Autism NI

Join Team Autism NI on Sunday 23rd June 2019 and abseil 100 feet down the iconic Belfast Castle while taking in the Belfast skyline views. Registration fee: £35 Sponsorship Target: £100 To register for this challenge, please call 028 9040 1729 (Option 3) or email [email protected] Please note participants need to fill in a registration and medical form prior to the event. Participants must be over 12 years old to take part. A parent or guardian will need to give consent if a participant is under 16 years old.
Belfast
Event
Fundraiser Outdoor Activity

Autism NI

Be Brave and Climb the Cave! The Cave Hill Twilight Trek will take place in the evening time on Friday 22nd March 2019 as participants will trek through the sunset on Belfast's most iconic mountain. Trekkers will take to the hill and a climb a challenging 4.5 mile route, with the support and guidance of professional instructors. Registration fee: £35 Sponsorship target: £100 To register, please call 028 9040 1729 (Option 3) or email [email protected]
Belfast
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News

Autism NI

Autism NI’s Impact Award Training and Support Programme has been developed to help organisations create a more ‘Autism friendly environment’ for their customers.
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Autism NI

Autism Top Tips is an online resource providing accessible information about what Autism is, the challenges that an individual with Autism may experience and some top tips to help you communicate and interact with an individual who has Autism.

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Autism NI

Autism NI's We Think Safe website provides safety activities, facts and education for young people in an accessible and fun way. The website has recently been updated with lots of new resources & interactive games to help young people learn about safety.

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Autism NI

As part of the Big Lottery funded‘Young People, Autism and Justice' programme, Autism NI have created a new website for young people to learn more about how to stay safe as they develop into adulthood.

More Information

Type of Organisation

VCSE

Team

  • Christine English
  • Irene Anderson
  • Jennifer- Ruth McAnlis
  • Pamela McCrossan