Autism Jersey is the leading charity in Jersey dedicated to the assistance and support of people on the autism spectrum. The aim of the charity is to enable people with autism to lead a full and inclusive life and enjoy a reasonable degree of independence.
They provide essential support for families, individuals and carers, and have pioneered a number of bespoke services and support packages for both adults and children.
There are approximately 1,000 people in Jersey who are on the autism spectrum. Through the wide range of services they offer, they ensure that these adults and children receive timely intervention to improve the quality of life for them and their families.
Autism Jersey strives to create a network for support and advice for both families and individuals. They offer comprehensive training and we have a lending library of autism-related resources.
They're also working with the Department of Health and Social Services to develop a permanent building from which community-based services can be provided.
Autism Jersey is consulting all of its users, members, professional partners and indeed the many ‘experts by experience’ to establish how it can develop facilities that will not only meet the needs of existing and potential future users in Jersey but will also provide a permanent home for Autism Jersey.
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