Rachael Muncaster crowned What Van? Driver of the Year!

Congratulations to senior learner support assistant, Rachael Muncaster who has been named What Van? Driver of the Year!Read more

10 ways to make Christmas more autism friendly

It’s the most wonderful time of the year but for thousands of families the hustle and bustle of the festive period is more ‘no no no’ than ‘ho ho ho’.Read more

Snowdrop the hedgehog inspires £8,400 donation

NEAS was chosen as one of four charities to benefit from the 30th and final Durham Shopping Extravaganza.Read more

New Warlands Farm Christmas Fete

New Warlands Farm stepped into Christmas at their annual Christmas feteRead more

NEAS says 'game over' to jigsaw puzzle pieces!

As part of its drive to make the region more accepting and aware of neurodiversity, the North East Autism Society will no longer use the popular symbol of autismRead more

Ho-ho-ho! Santa and his elves learn how to make Christmas magic for autistic children

SANTA Claus and his elves received pioneering training today in how to make Christmas more enjoyable for families living with autism.Read more

North East Autism Society backs Purple Tuesday

We're supporting Purple Tuesday – the UK’s first accessible shopping day!Read more

Halloween at NEAS!

Across North East Autism Society, we celebrated Halloween in the most SPOOKTACULAR ways!Read more

Phase two of the stadium of white!

A team of Sunderland AFC super fans from North East Autism Society continued their hard work at S.A.F.C.Read more

Making Maths Visible

We ran a society competition and asked our services to make maths visible!Read more

Ashton celebrates 10th birthday

Adults residential home, Ashton, climbs through the rabbit hole and steps out in wonderland for a mad hatters theme tea party.Read more

NEAS goes green by launching horticulture training courses

ONE of the North-East’s most respected horticultural experts is teaming up with a North East Autism Society (NEAS) to run courses for gardening enthusiasts.Read more