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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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Three-year journey from unemployed to Board Apprentice

Autism Jersey has appointed a young man who is on the autism spectrum to be an apprentice on its Board of Trustees. Jonathan Channing approached the charity with the idea. Chairman Nick Winsor explained why he said: ‘You’re hired’. ‘Jonathan…

Team Member of the Month

Laura Kerr (on the left of the picture) is the Employee of the Month for September. Laura has worked tirelessly to ensure that the children and adults who use the Short Breaks Service receive the support they require, and this…

Trekkers have summit to talk about!

Thirteen trekkers agreed that it was the toughest thing they have ever done… climbing Mount Toubkal in the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. They trekked for up to eight hours a day a day for three days over rough terrain, loose scree,…

We are taking off with Blue Islands

Blue Islands will be raising money and increasing the profile of six Channel Island charities over the coming three months, with their logos placed onto the side of one of its aircraft and passengers asked to donate across the 1,000…