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New Patron announced

Autism Jersey has a new Patron: the Lieutenant-Governor, His Excellency Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton. Chairman Nick Winsor said: ‘I am delighted that Sir Stephen has agreed to become our Patron. I look forward to introducing Sir Stephen to our…

Eastern delights!

Two organisations based in St Martin have chosen Autism Jersey as their charity for 2017. They are the Farmers Cricket Club and St Martin’s Musical Society. The Farmers Cricket Club holds three charity matches at the Farmers Field in St…

Team Member of the Month

Administrator Rowan Branch has been named Team Member of the Month for February. Rowan was nominated by Julie Barras and Dania Healy who said: ‘Rowan is very often the first person people meet when they come into the office, sometimes for…

April events announced

We have arranged an exciting month of events for fundraising and awareness during the month of April. Throughout the month, we are asking offices, workplaces and schools to hold fundraising events to raise money and awareness for Autism Jersey. A…

Talking about transition

Interested in what happens when your teenager leaves school? We are having a parent drop-in at our offices on Thursday 23 February. Two parents will talk about their experience of the transition after compulsory school age, and our Family Support Manager…

Team Member of the Month

Shannon Ryan is Team Member of the Month for January 2017. Shannon was nominated by Danielle Wharton and Felix Jones: ‘We have been impressed with how seamlessly she has fitted onto our team. She has been able to lay down…

Acorn Reuse Centre

Autism Jersey are delighted to be partner charities with the new Acorn Reuse Centre at La Collette. The social enterprise, run by the Jersey Employment Trust, will benefit the environment by reusing and upcycling tonnes of unwanted items, while also providing training and employment opportunities….

New year, new challenge

Fancy a challenge in 2017? How about signing up for Trek Morocco, supported by Ocorian, to raise money for Autism Jersey? In September, 20 people will head off for the unforgettable scenery of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Travelling…

Site identified for new Centre for Autism

Autism Jersey have announced plans for a dedicated Autism Centre, specially built to meet the needs of people on the autism spectrum. This facility will provide a permanent home and act as a hub from which we will provide community-based…