We raise awareness, provide advice & support for children & families dealing with Autism, aiming to provide a more comfortable life for them

We did it!

On 10th Apr 2017 we successfully raised £85 with 5 supporters in 21 days

Our cause

We are raising money for child autism in order to provide support and help them develop on their social and interpersonal skills. A huge sector of our charity also focuses on empowering parents by encouraging and educating them through the hard times their family may face.

About Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others. Autism is not an illness or a disease and therefore has not been found curable by Doctors. Autistic people perceive this disability as a fundamental aspect of their identity.

According to the NHS Information Centre, is estimated to affect around 1% of the whole UK population.

That averages as 700,000 people who are forced to live with the condition.

Why is it important?

Parents of children with autism usually notice signs in the first two years of their child's life. These signs develop gradually and different amongst all children.

1 in every hundred children is affected by this condition.

Boys are four times more likely to be diagnosed than girls.

How we can help

Through intervention at an early stage, various skillsets and coping strategies can be taught in order to help growing children learn to live comfortably with Autism.

Child Autism UK helps children with Autism achieve their potential. They provide services to enable children to overcome difficulties with communication and learning life skills. In addition, it gives families the techniques and strategies to cope with autism through the use of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).

We want  parents and children with Autism to get professional advice and access to facilities to be able to reach their highest potential and live a life they deserve to have.

Please donate at least £3 today to help a family suffering from Autism.

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