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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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Team Member of the Month

Senior Support Worker Kerry O’Donovan is the Team Member of the Month for January. Kerry was nominated by Services Manager Carl Le Poidevin, who said: ‘Kerry has played a pivotal role in developing a cutting-edge service for one of the…

Do you have the missing piece of the puzzle?

Autism Jersey is consulting all of its users, members, professional partners and indeed the many ‘experts by experience’ in Jersey to establish how it can develop facilities that will not only meet the needs of existing and potential future users…

Founding chairman returns to Autism Jersey

Press release issued 22 January 2018 Philip Le Claire has been appointed as Project Manager: Residential and Centre Development. This is a new and exciting position which has been developed to help drive the development of services provided by Autism…

Lieutenant-Governor speaks about the importance of inclusion

The Lieutenant Governor Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton has officially opened Autism Jersey’s new office in Patriotic Place. Sir Stephen, the charity’s Patron, spoke about the importance of inclusion of people with autism in society, ‘and making sure that…