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There are about 1,000 people on the autism spectrum in Jersey. Autism Jersey supports people with autism with everyday life skills that most of us take for granted. We support families from when they first suspect something is different, to diagnosis and beyond. We are here to help people understand more about autism.

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A Life Less Ordinary

On Thursday 28 September, as part of the Jersey Festival of Words, Shtum author Jem Lester will be part of a panel who will talk about the challenges faced when attempting to communicate without the common senses. In his book,…

On the move

Our lease is up and it’s time to pack our bags and head across town. In our new home we will have more modern office space, and a courtyard too – and it’s all less than a minute to the…

Team Member of the Month

The Team Member of the Month for June is Leah Gallichan. She was proposed by Fundraising and Marketing Manager Caroline Moody, who said: ‘Leah has gone the extra mile with her lovely big smile and enthusiasm in planting a community…

Autism friendly awards

In June, representatives of Island businesses including Ports of Jersey, dentists and banks, attended a meeting at the Town Hall to hear about the National Autistic Society’s autism-friendly awards. Accreditation adviser with the NAS, David Slocombe, explained that there are…