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Councillor Jan Blakey from Durham County Council has nominated NEAS as her chosen charity.
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The official opening of Sir Peter Vardy Enterprise Centre @ Thornbeck College
Emma Smith started her programme at Thornbeck College in September 2013. She is currently on a supported work placement at a Toddler Group in Aycliffe which has enabled her to become more confident and independent.
Ailsa Riddel has been at the North East Autism Society since she was 18 years old and lives in one of our Adult Residential Homes in Sunderland. Our person centred approach and adult learning programmes has enabled her to become more confident and independent.
Mandy Winter is a single mother and has two children. Her daughter Charlotte aged 17 has severe autism, learning difficulties and epilepsy. Mandy explains why it was crucial in getting the right specialist education and environment for her daughter.
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A COUNTY councillor is swapping his desk for a bike in a bid to cycle 270 miles from Durham to London with John Phillipson, NEAS' Chief Executive
Pupils from Thornhill Park School, Sunderland have turned their school garden into a home for ‘giant bugs’
North East Autism Society, Unit 15 Lumley Court, Drum Industrial Estate, Chester-Le-Street, DH2 1AN