Autism Voice is a registered charity working to enhance the health and well-being of people (children and adults) with autism and/or learning disabilities and their families from mainly the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities. We work to ensure autistic people from minority communities are recognised, accepted, included and valued as equal members of society.
The majority of the children and their families we support do not have a voice, Autism Voice provides a platform for them to speak and be heard.
Children and families affected by Autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders are clogged in communities and societies beset by stigma and discrimination. Autism Voice exists to end this and shift the balance so that children with neurodevelopmental disorders and their families in the community in UK and in Africa be accepted in their communities and therefore helping these children achieve their great potential.
We’re asking you to use your voice and speak out about the issues Autistic people and their families in the community face.
Use your voice and speak out about the issues Autistic people and their families in the community face.
You can do this by:
– Sharing links to our website on your social media platforms
– Hold a fundraising event and speak to your audience about child Autism, Asperger syndrome-related stigma and discrimination.
– Tell your office about Autism Voice and choose us as your charity of the year.
Registered Charity No. 1176977. Registered in England and Wales.
Limited By Guarantee No. 10198275.
West Indian Ex-services Association Building
161-167 Clapham Manor Street
Monday – Friday
9:00 – 17:00