Background

 

Our society was formed in 1992 by a group of concerned parents whose children had been recently diagnosed with autism. Initially it was support meetings and direct contact via telephone, connecting families to families helping with the feeling of isolation which seemed to be a very big issue. It became more evident that more support was needed and an office was set up to give a home to members as the first step.

OUR BRANCHES

Center 81

2-16 Braes Avenue

Whitecrook

Clydebank

ABOUT US

Mission Statment 

As a charity our mission is to improve the lives of the people affected by autism; to demystify the condition and provide encouragement and reassurance; to support and care for each other and the organisation; to operate with awareness and understanding and give our best energy.