Autism Awareness Lead ....... Christine Lee
Do you want to encourage local businesses and your community to be more autism-friendly?
There are more than 700,000 autistic people in the UK which means at least one in 100 people are autistic. The National Autistic Society has launched its new Autism Friendly guides which offer practical advice and suggestions to businesses which show how premises and visitor attractions could become more autism friendly. The guides are free to download.
If you are, or you know a business that would be interested in or could benefit from this free resource please visit or direct them to our website for further information.
Autism Central is a peer education programme, commissioned by NHS England. It aims to build knowledge and understanding of autism and empower families and carers to advocate for autistic people they support to get the right understanding and adjustments in place across the services they use.
Autism Accreditation Assessment 14th - 16th December 2020
….we are proud to announce we have been re accredited
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* Big thank you to the Coop for the recent donation *
Summer 2017 news......
We are proud to announce we have achieved the Autism Accreditation
Autism Accreditation is an internationally-recognised process of support and development for all those providing services to autistic people.
St Anne's School and Sixth Form College
Standard: Day School
Status: Accredited on 08-08-2017
Advisor: Anja Cole
St Anne's School and Sixth Form College: Chris Lee, St Helen's Drive, Welton, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU15 1NR, United Kingdom, tel: 01482 667379
Further to the achievement of earning the Autism Accreditation, the school has got a commendation for community links. Chris Lee picks up the award from Chris Mitchell the Head of Autism Accreditation at NAS (click here to read the report)
Advice on Autism and Mental Health (click here)