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Lets Unite for Autism Limited


At Lets Unite for Autism Limited, we provide a range of services and support to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), their families, caregivers, and communities.

These services are designed to enhance the quality of life, promote inclusion, and address the unique needs and challenges faced by individuals on the autism spectrum.

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Other unique services include:

  1. Support and Advocacy: Offer emotional support, guidance, and advocacy for individuals with autism and their families. This include assisting families in navigating educational, healthcare, and social services systems.
  2. Information and Resources: Provide accurate and up-to-date information about autism, including resources about diagnosis, therapies, and strategies for managing autism-related challenges.
  3. Awareness and Education: Work to raise awareness about autism in the community, reduce stigma, and promote understanding. The offer is via educational programs, workshops, and presentations to schools, workplaces, and community groups.
  4. Early Intervention Programs: Support early intervention programs aimed at providing therapies and interventions to children with autism at a young age, when interventions can be most effective.
  5. Therapies and Interventions: Connect families to a variety of therapies, including behavioural therapies, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy and more.
  6. Parent and Caregiver Support: Provide support groups, counselling, and resources for parents and caregivers of individuals with autism
  7. Recreation and Leisure Activities: Organise recreational and leisure activities that are tailored to the needs and interests of individuals with autism, providing opportunities for socialization and engagement.
  8. Sensory-Friendly Events and Spaces: Provide and organise sensory-friendly events and create sensory-friendly spaces to accommodate the sensory sensitivities of individuals with autism.
  9. Respite Care Services: Provide respite care services to give caregivers a break and ensure the well-being of individuals with autism.
  10. Advocacy for Policy Change: Advocate for policies that promote inclusivity, accessibility, and rights for individuals with autism at the local, national, and international levels.
  11. Community Building: Create a sense of community by organising events, support groups, and online forums where individuals with autism and their families can connect and share experiences.
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