NE-AS has launched a new employment service called 'Employment Futures'. This service has been designed to support both the individual with autism, and also the employer. Read more
As more companies in the North-East are encouraged to employ people with autism, Peter Barron visits Beamish Museum to hear the inspirational story of one autistic employee. Read more
Tutors from the North East Autism Society are delighted to announce the launch of a new venture taking their expertise out of the classroom and into the community. Read more
DAD Craig Wilkinson and his two bubbly boys are celebrating raising a bucket load of funds for the North East Autism Society. Read more
Working passionately with individuals on the Autism Spectrum and their families for over 35 years
We have a wide range of services across the North East of England and support families living with autism, learning difficulties and, or disabilities.
We are passionate about working in partnership with individuals, parents or carers and statutory services to deliver a holistic service.
We strive to develop a person centred service that is specifically tailored to enable our learners to achieve, to grow in confidence and to live life to the full.
You could win £1,000 in time for Christmas! The money raised this year will help to continue the vital work of our Family Support Service across the North East. Read more
Enjoy a fun challenge this winter and get your family and friends involved too. Choco Charge is for participants of all ages and abilities to enjoy, throughout the course there will be chocolate zones, along with the reward of a warm and comforting mug of Hot Chocolate and other goodies to finish. Read more
Are you an adrenaline junkie? Why not sign up to jump in World Autism Awareness Month. Read more
Art lovers in the North-east will soon be able to enjoy one of the region’s premier galleries thanks to the BALTIC offering autism-friendly sessions. Read more
Teenage trampoline fan, Max Green now knows he has many happy days ahead thanks to the generosity of two local County Councillors and the Great Aycliffe and Middridge Partnership (GAMP). Read more